Took my bike to Thunder Valley today in Denver and got two good hours in...after I fought to get it started. But the good news is it ran fine. It even idled all day (with my normal having to turn the idle screw all the way in). I had no compression issues either. That appears to be fine now. The brakes even worked after I bled the brakes all myself for the first time (I'm a big boy now). I must have had some grease on the rotor. I cleaned it and the pads off really well and it is fine. The only problem I had was getting it started. It wouldn't even come close to turning over with the choke on. After about ten minutes, I turned the choke off and opened the hot start for giggles. It fired up. Then I pulled the choke and shut the hot start and wah-lah, no problems the rest of the day. EKQ #2 42 pilot 160 main 1 1/4 out on screw 75 PAJ 200 MAJ 60 SJ I'm so very close. Any ideas on the cold start issue?