I'm hoping someone out there may have an idea as to the problem. I've got a 1985 XR200R (Dual Carb) that I have had since it was new. Okay, it sit up for nearly ten years (bad mistake, I know), so I took the carburetor apart last year and cleaned it real good. A couple of weeks ago I took the carb apart again and replaced the diaphragm (It had holes in it). The problem is this. The bike is one more pain to get cranked. Once it gets running, it runs great. No idling problems, etc. I just don't know why it's so hard to crank up. Now if it's been running and I turn it off for a little while (say 30 minutes or an hour), it will fire right up. Normally on the first kick. But if it sits for a day or two or longer, it almost won't start. I'm talking like 100 plus kicks or more to crank up. I thought the diaphragm would solve this problem, but it hasn't. Is there a specific port or jet in the carb that might be clogged up? It's like it is not priming itself. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.