So since the GNF I have had some issues with my Zuma. Initially, it will start right up and work fine, but then throughout the day it will start acting up and won't start. It almost seems like it is flooded, but when I check the spark plug it was fine. I also thought it could be the battery and replaced that. It was working fine during the Motoamerica round at Road Atlanta till toward the end of the day, where it would start up initially then just bogged down and die. I was unable to get it to start for the whole day after that happened. But then after sitting in the garage for a couple of days, it started up just fine again. I even rode it to the tennis courts and played around for a couple hours. After we got done playing (2 hours later), same issue. Would sitting out in the sun for a few hours really affect its ability to start? Any ideas on what it could be? Huey from Marietta suggested it could be the fuel pump, but if the fuel pump is bad would it even start at all? It is a 2012 50cc 4-stroke and it doesn't even have a 1,000 miles on it. Thanks in advance for any input.