Well guys, past few rides when i would start my sled it wouldn't go up on fast idle, would stay at 1400-1500 on cold start instead of the 1800-1900 it normally does when cold for a while and then idle down. It would act like it was going to foul a plug so i played with the throttle as mentioned on a earlier post and it would come out of it ok after a little while. I brought it to the dealer and showed the mech this morning and he was kinda stumped, no check engine light, once it got out of it's initial funk it sat and idled fine for him. He said they were swamped this week but that he would call Poo and ask them what they thought and call me back. Sled runs fine other then it's problem at start up. I called dad and asked him what he thought, he mentioned it could be a tight belt even though I wasn't squeeling or creeping, told me to pull the belt off and start it and see if it changes anything. So when I got home befor pulling it off the trailer I removed the belt and started it, idled at 1800-1900 rpm again never had to touch the throttle, way to go dad!!!! So I shut it off put the belt back on it and re-started, still idled 1800rpm, went through the modes in the MFD to find the engine temp and the screen was blank for temp!!! Everything else functioned fine in the MFD, lifted the hood and wiggled the harness/connectors going up to the hood , nothing. Started switching modes in the MFD and all the sudden it was there and functioning properly WTF!!!! Just wondering if this was a series of goofy events and everything was caused by a belt that's a hair too tight and the MFD deal was a fluke or if this is all connected. I have had the idle issue since changing back to the 080 belt from the 115 so that actually makes sense when I think about it BUT this MFD deal is new, makes me wonder if there is something else up. I am going to loosen my belt a bit before my next ride and see if it cures my problem, any ideas on the MFD???? Think they are related???