Need some help here in western Colorado. I too have been experiencing the hot starting woes and have read all of the other threads about changing the CO setting with the FI diagnostic tool. So I took my bike, 2014 WR450, into my local dealer where I bought it and ask them to change the CO setting to +13. I even brought in a picture of the FI diagnostic tool and the service manager said that they did not have the diagnostic tool, but that the power tuner can change the CO, but they needed a different wire connector that they don't currently have. Is this correct? Can the power tuner that is used for changing the mapping also be used for changing the CO setting just by using a different connector? Some day I will buy my own FI diagnostic tool and power turner to do these changes myself, but until then I have to rely on my dealership to do the right thing for me. I saw one thread that showed an additional connector for the d.t. Is this needed to change the CO setting in addition to the wire connector that the d.t. comes with? Sorry if this has all been stated before, but I think that sometimes there is better advise here on TT then my local dealership. Thanks for any help.