Was curious if anyone else that has a 2010 YZ450 and lives in a city that actually has winter had problems starting the bike in lower temps? I've noticed that when the temps drop below 40 (my garage isn't heated) my 2010 won't start (or even act like it is trying to) unless I put heat on it for a few minutes. This I find kind of odd since my 07 YZ450 which is parked right beside it will fire up in the same conditions after only a few kicks. Both use the same oil and fuel. If the temp gets above 40 the 2010 will fire up normally. Also noticed that in the colder temps the bike starts better if I don't use the "choke". So was curious if anyone else in cold weather cities noticed this also? Would tweaking the fueling help this at all? Please no comments on starting procedure because I do know how to start the bike. The scenario I am referring to above is something that I can repeat over and over.