I just took my buddy's 2000 Legend over to get the state inspection sticker tonight, and I had to turn over to reserve on the way. When I first started it today, it took some cranking and the enrichment lever to get it to fire. I am not used to that, as my 99 Legend literally starts instantly with no enrichment lever at all. The 2000 needs enrichment even in warm weather, and then some liberal throttle to keep it going until warmed up. Now the bike only has 5400 miles on it, but when my friend bought it last weekend from the original owner, he was shown through the "steps" to get it started as I have described. To summarize, this bike has apparently had some cranking to get it running even new from the dealer. Tonight I noticed that every time I shut the bike off there was the same sound of the starter occurring just as the engine died. Has anyone else heard this upon shutdown, and is it a symptom that developed into something later on? By the way, I do intend to strip down his carbs and check the floats, as I'll bet they're wrong, just as mine were from the factory. Even when I had mine all stock, it always started instantly, so I know these bikes are capable of tuning correctly.