I have a 800 polaris, that I thought was a dog to pull over in -10f weather, but its a beast to even crank once in -30f weather, it has been below 20 for most of the week, and even after about 20 pulls the plugs are still dry with the choke on full, and when it finally starts it seems to run out of gas after a few minutes and shuts off, I have tried blowing in the tank to get fuel going but to no avail. Once it is started for a minute or so it idles fine. Sure am getting a good workout, but it takes alot of energy to pull over, I have never had trouble starting it last winter, this winter I have lower compression heads and vforce reeds, the only things that I could think of that could affect this. (they compliment the pipes) Any solutions? I have had to pour in a cup of gas in a jug to start it, but I dont want that to become a ritual, because of what could happen...although after pulling on it so much on cold mornings, it would probably make myself feel better to let it burn to the ground... :flamethrowingsmiley: ...what could I do to help this, or is putting on a primer and giving it a couple pumps the easiest solution?