I've been reading a lot on XR400 starting technique. It seems to be universally accepted that keeping the hand off the throttle is necessary, and it does seem to help a lot. HOWEVER, I have also read a lot about guys who will turn the idle up 1 or even 2 turns before kicking and they swear by this (they turn it back down after a couple minutes). So, isn't turning the idle up the same as cracking the throttle, intentional or not? Seems like if turning the idle up helps, why not just hold the throttle slightly cracked? I don't see how both of these methods work but they seem to. What am I maybe not understanding?