I have a 2004 Yamaha xlt1200. When the engine is cold and has sat for more than 3 days, I have a heck of a time starting it. I pull the choke and have to pump the throttle to get it to start. I might have to hold the start for more than 10 seconds while pumping the throttle. I may repeat this several times before the engine will start. I don't hold that start button for too long so that I do not burn the starter up. The plugs get wet, but I rarely every flood the engine to the point it will not eventually start. My battery is new and I am getting good spark. I winterize the machine every year and this has been going on for over 3 years. Does anyone know what is going on? Is this normal for this machine? Is there something I can do differently? Once it starts, It runs great and starts well warm or the next day. Please help!!! I don't want to burn my start up.