You guys have never failed me when I've had problems before, so here goes My WR starts perfectly in warmer weather, but recently it has become a pain, taking anywhere from 10-30 kicks to start. ~60-80 degree weather it's the first kick and I'm in business. Once running, it seems a bit lean. Also, I have NEVER been able to start it with the choke on. I have always had to have it off, hold my hand near it, then when I kick and the engine fires I'll slowly pull on the choke to engage it, otherwise it just won't start. This has been the same ever since I got the bike. My first question is: Would the fuel screw play a part in this, or is it just due to cold weather, and what are the increments of adjustment for it? Secondly, what's up with the choke, and are there any adjustments for it? I'm debating on replacing the pilot jet, but I am unsure at this point. Lastly, Have a merry Christmas everyone!