Seeing that you are in Fort Lauderdale (FL) where it is warm, you really should'nt be needing the choke much at all. You don't say if the bike has the stock or aftermarket air box, or OEM/non OEM exhaust. Both of those things can effect your air/fuel ratio, leaning the engine out, and causing greater than normal use of the choke. Remember, all the choke does is throw extra fuel into the air-stream to overcome what drops out (precipitates) against the cold intake runner and cylinder walls. As the engine warms, the drop out decreases/ends, and the choke is no longer required. Running for extended periods with the choke "on" will cause the engine oil to be washed off the cylinder walls, and if the engine is not run up to full operating temperature, the oil will be diluted by the entry of gasoline.
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