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This was a mighty cold day on the ice… -30 Degrees Celsius. Usually this Shark starts in 2-3 easy pulls. Here you can see it still wasn’t too bad to cold start at 10 pulls and the first few didn’t really look like I was trying. This is a cold start and straight to drilling a 10 inch hole in 24 inches of ice. It’s a little smokey since the gas was mixed a bit rich on the first tank. Usually should be 50:1 oil mixture. This beast is 34 pounds but it feels like it will cut through anything without hesitation. Lots of power. The Shark z 51 cc would probably be plenty for most people. This is what you should expect from your Eskimo if you decide to buy one. I used it for 5 weeks this season drilling tons of holes and it works amazing! Highly recommend an Eskimo. My dad purchased this one and we’re really happy with it.