My Xlt has always been kind of hard to start unless I shut off the gas. I did a search and came up with needles and seats , so Saturday I changed the needles and seats. Changing them has helped with some of my issues.My plugs are now always dry and are a perfect color.Before they were always wet and looked black all the time . but My problem still exsists .If we are out on the trail and stop for a break for 15 or 20 min It is real hard to start I have to feather the gas to get it going once it starts it idles fine and runs perfect. Yesterday we stopped and I had to pull it about 6 times with a buddy working the gasto get it going.I thought it was flooding so I pulled the plugs and they were perfect and dry.I am not sure what to look at next. I would think if the fuel pump was bad it wouldn't run at all .Once I get it going it is perfect lots of power and runs great.Stop for a break and that is where the trouble is. All 3 cylynders are good and fireing The pistons are good ,compression is good.It almost seems like there isn't enough fuel there to start again once it stops.I have replaced all the fuel lines including the bowl drain lines.The new needles and seats have cured my overfueling issues and plug fouling issues but didn't really help with my starting issue.Any ideas would be great .Thanks guys.