It has been cold the last few times I have been riding (either below or at freezing) and my WR has been a snatch to start. I usually end up giving it a squirt from the throttle, and then kicking until it pops. Another squirt, which will light it, runs for about 4 seconds, dies. Repeat squirt, run dies... about 4 more of those until it goes into a fast idle (choke idled) and then it will warm up and run fine. I have not fouled a plug in a looooong time... (since making "let it warm up thoroughly" a priority) but it seems like some of you have easier starting machines. I can always get it started, but it is more work than I would like. It does get better in the summer, but not first kick like everybody brags about. Usually three or more. I am starting the YZ timing tommorrow, and will have a 48 PJ, 65 SJ, 100 PAJ, and #4 DVP... Any tips or ideas? Thanks.