Rats. The TU was nearly impossible to start today. I wanted to go out and put some more fresh fuel in it with some seafoam, so I hopped on it after getting home from work. Fuel pump primes, FI light goes out, hold clutch, press starter. Just cranks and cranks and cranks and cranks. Took me about 10 tries of cranking for 5-7 seconds each to get it started, and I was getting close to giving up. Once finally started, it settled into a fine idle, and ran fine. No smoke, no nothing. I rode it 3 miles to gas station, shut it off, filled it up, added 2oz seafoam/gallon, then it started up perfectly at the gas station. Rode another 10 miles around town. Seems cold starts after any length of sitting are very difficult for some reason. Any guesses what's going on? I'll have to see if the seafoam does anything, but I doubt a really dirty fuel system since once it starts it runs fine? With so few miles (~200 now) on the bike, I wonder what could be going on. I noticed on the throttle body, there is a stepper motor that turns a cam that moves the throttle stop when you turn the key to on and fuel pump is priming. It makes a pretty gnarly sound, if you listen to it closely -- possible it has stripped teeth or something?