well last night I got my bike ready to go riding today. Changed the airfilter, changed oil, oil filter, put in magnetic drain bolt, tightened chain, checked spokes etc., and swapped the 168 main for a 165 since I am pretty much seeing a constant 80 degrees here now. I am also about 1000ft above sea level. Before I changed jets I could always get this thing to start on the first kick when cold with a couple twists of the throttle and a smooth kick. Now to get it to start I have to give it a tiny bit of throttle while kicking it over. Why would changing the main jets make it harder to start??? It is an 07 and current engine mods are zipty carb mod, full dr .d exhaust, and boyesen quickshot. I was running 168 main 48 pilot and fuel screw at about 2 turns out. Figured I would switch mains and see how it felt. Anyone have any ideas on the sudden hard starting?