Having some minor issues when starting the bike after the engine is hot. For example, after I've done a fuel stop. It seems it needs to crank a good 3 or 4 seconds till it fires up. If I let off the starter too soon, it just makes it worse, since it will need another few seconds of cranking before it lights off. When cold, it fires right up. The bike is stock... No pipes/tuner/etc. Not sure if this is normal for the 103? It was really obvious when I took the skilled rider class a couple weeks ago. It was in the mid 80's and doing the range exercises meant several start ups and shut downs though out the afternoon. The other two HD's in the class (2010 and 2012 ultra's) seemed to fire up at least twice as quick as my Road Glide. Even the instructor's carb'd Softail fired right up every time. I've been following the suggested starting procedure the dealer told me... Let the fuel pump cycle before hitting the start button. Occasionally, I'll notice a little bit of a raw fuel smell, which to me suggests it's a little too much fuel at start up. The bike just had its 10k service which included new spark plugs. This is my third HD, had an 88ci Fatboy and a 96ci E Glide and don't recall having this issue.