So, most have probably seen that I have rebuilt the top end on my bike, and added some goodies, and also had my starter die at the same time. So now learning how to kick. Here is what I have figured out: - Bike does not like to start with the choke on - With choke off, and a couple of twists, it's sooo close to going. it will catch and fire for a few revolutions, then die. - twist up the idle screw a turn or two, no choke, bike fires up. - It's still only about 45-45 degrees here. What is this a sign of? One thing I forgot to mention, I did the "How to check your pilot circut" test, and it checked out, srewd in fuel screw until bike sharted to drop rpm's, and then out until it smothed out, and it was about 1.5 turns Once bike is warm, it starts like a dream. One kick It runs awsome, no bog, no stutter, monster power, idles smoth, almost no decel pop. Jets and needle/positions are stock, except a 168 main. Adjustable fuel screw is about 1 3/4 turns out, and I have adjusted it so the bike runs awsome. Has hot cams, FMF Ti-Powercore, airbox cut outs, and it's a 04 Canadian bike, so no AIS, no short throttle screw, and grey wire is cut. I'm going to try this out in the Jetting forum as well.