I picked up my new 426f a few days ago. There is too much snow on the ground (I'm in Denver) to do anything other than start the bike up in the garage. So last night it fired up first kick, today on the third kick. I let the engine warm up until the cylinder felt warm before pushing in the choke. As soon as I pushed in the choke the bike died and wouldn't restart. When I tried to remove the spark plug to see if I fouled the plug I discovered I couldn't lift the cap up far enough to pull it out of the way. Please don't tell me you have to remove the gas tank to change the plug. I hope it's just something thats not routed right under the tank that is in the way. Any ideas? The dealer said I would probably hate this bike the first month until i got used to it. I think he may be right.