ok, so i fixed the stuck hot starter that was robbing my top end, put is a bigger pilot to fix the hanging idle, however it still takes around 40 kicks to start the bike in the beginning of the day. once started the bike runs great, idles smooth and power all around. when the bike is hot it starts on first kick every time. problem is that when it cools down it wont start again. i found that if i turn the idle screw all the way in it will start in about 5 kicks, then i have to turn it down as it revs outta control. my basic question is, why does having the idle faster help start the bike? i feel that its trying to start, but only stays alive if the idle is almost all the way in. its such a pain to have to adjust the idle every time i take a break at the truck. any input would be greatly appreciated.