Guys, I've never had any of these problems starting any of the 6 Polaris' I've owned, especially warm. Cold, full choke-one pull; warm, no choke-one pull. Never any throttle. The Fusions (as per a friend) have been starting harder. Ensure the choke is adjusted so it isn't hung open slightly when off. That will definitly make it hard to start when warm. Hope this helps a little.
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