Anyone notice a reluctance to start with the Button once the Grey Wire is Disconnected? Mine seems to turn over rather slow, and yes, the Battery is fully charged. The Service Manager at one of the Dealers drew me a graph of the timing difference when the Grey Wire is unplugged and the way Yamaha described it to him was that the Grey Wire only affected timing in the mid range,apparently this was so that if someone pulled the stock exhaust baffle and cut the Throttle Stop and did not re-jet, the bike would be way too lean at part throttle.The backed down timing would prevent meltdown in this scenario. Any input/ideas on this? I know my bike had a part throttle cruise surge (lean) with the baffle out and throttle stop cut before I even pulled the Grey Wire.