Hey guys, Been a member here for a while, but this is my first time posting. I'm unsure if this is the right forum for this post, so feel free to move it if necessary. Great board, by the way. I've had a 2004 TW200 for a little over a year now, and I'll admit, it's been sitting in my garage unridden for a good 4 months. When I went to go start it up yesterday, the battery was very weak. I looked inside of it, and it was low on water. I filled it up, and trickle charged it full. When I start it up, with the choke out completely, it seems to idle very very high. Then, after a few minutes if I push the choke it, it will sometimes stay running. If it does, I'll let it sit for a few more minutes to keep it going. Then, if I give it any throttle at all, it dies. So I guess the issue here is not so much starting the bike, but actually getting it moving. Like I said, any throttle at all, and it will die completely. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.