I have a 1986 Eliminator 600 it is very hard to start below 45 degrees. I use the choke it revs to 3000 Rpms then dies. After about 20 min of trying it wil start up well,the other morning I was going to take it to work. I knew it would be impossible at 32 degrees so I got the wife's hairdryer out and pointed it at the carbs and nothing else in about 7 min it cranks up on the first try. What area based on this should I look at? One last thing it can sit for 2 weeks or so and as long as it is warm crank on the first hit. Thanks for any help.