I know that it sounds crazy but how do you guys start your quads on a 75-80 degree day for the first time or on a cold engine that has been sitting for 2-3 hours? Do you pull out the choke or not? Or do you just give it a little throttle with the choke in to start it? Does it always crank on the first cycle with the choke out? Or do you have to crank it a couple of times? The reason i'm asking is that is just got a new 07 foreman and it's seems a little touchy when i'm starting it on a cold engine. It's been between 75-80 degrees here. I tried it with the choke out but it won't crank on the first try but it fires up on the second crank with the choke out. I haven't tried it with the choke in and just a little throttle to start it yet. On my old foreman I would use the choke everytime and it would crank right up the first time. This new quad only has 4 miles on it. Will it get better when it gets broken in a little more? The dealer told me that it should start running really well after I run 1 tank of gas through it. What do you guys think? Any suggestions would be great. Thanks.