I need a little advice about plug fouling. I have had my bike since it was new in 99 and it has never missed a beat. Recently the weather has chilled down a bit and all the sudden my bike starts fouling plugs. Heres the situation: Went to a race this weekend, the temp was around 50 deg. at the time I was getting ready to turn the bike over. I went through the normal starting procedure and everything acted normal untill the bike lit with the choke on. Normally when it is cold out I leave the choke on for about 30 sec and I can turn the choke of and it will idle fine, but not this time. This time when I flipped the choke off it died on me. So I started again, flipped the choke off, and it died again. The next time I tried to sart it, it wouldnt light. After cranking on it for several minutes I pulled the tank, pulled the plug and it was pretty black and oily. So I popped in a new plug, put the whole thing back together and kicked again and it wouldnt light. So back off with the tank and seat, pulled the plug again and it was wet with gas. (thought that was peculiar) Dried it off, put it back in again and the bike fired on the 4th or 5th kick and ran fine all day. Now, tonight I took it to the car wash and tried to fire it up after washing it and the same thing again. Fired it up with the choke on, turned the choke off and it died again and woulnt start again so I assume the plug is fouled again. So my question is: Is it the cold weather that may be causing this because it ran and started fine after it was warmed up during the race or is it possible some of my jetting could be off? I have been running the same jetting specs since I have had the bike and have had no problems in the past winters. Any help on this matter would be great. Thanks!