Gotta question in regards to cold starts (first one of the day). My bike is kinda cold blooded. Doesn't really like to start in the morning or if it's been sitting for more than a day. Kick starting doesn't help any. Usually have to keep on the electric start for a few seconds, then I get a few sputters like it wants to start, then I give a little gas when it sounds like it wants to start, then it will eventually start. When it's warmed up, it's great. Starts right up. Even on the kick starter.
My first suspicion is the fuel to the spark plugs. What I've noticed after it not wanting to start after a while is that the spark plugs are wet with fuel and black. After a good cleaning, and they don't look that old, it starts up right away. It's the initial first start that it always does this. Do my carburetors need to be adjusted to fix this? I have new spark plugs to put in, but like I said they don't look that old or bad once cleaned up.
Any recommendations or advice is much appreciated.
Update. Figured it out. Just needed a fully charged battery to get it going.