it's not uncommon for bikes to pick up a couple extra ponies in the cold. You figure colder denser air=more oxygen in a tighter package. So you'll definatly notice a change specially if you bike was already running rich, then you'll have the extra oxygen to mix with the extra fuel. THe down side is the loss of traction as it gets colder. My 2000 F4 would pull massive power wheelies on cold days, was like riding a different bike.
Last edited by Headhunter; 12-04-2001 at 02:42 AM.