Hi guys, I'm sure this has been asked and answered before but I haven't come across this specific situation it in the hours I have spent perusing threads so far... I have a small problem when cold starting my XR400. It is running the standard carburettor but I don't know what jets. I live in Vanuatu, at sea level and the average temp is 26 degrees celcius or above so "cold" is a relative term, but when the bike is cold I have to put the choke on full, hold a little bit of throttle and then it will start first kick 95% of the time. Half choke or choke off and you could kick it for hours with no success. Once started you have to hold the throttle on manually for at least 30 - 40 seconds, or it will immediately die again. The idle speed is already set quite high (when its warm the idle feels too high), but when its still getting warm it doesn't want to idle. Compared to problems other owners have mentioned on here I know its a small issue but its still something I'd like to fix... Is this likely a carburettor jetting issue or something else? When its warm it starts first kick, no choke, no throttle 99% of the time.