Hi guys, I'm hoping that someone here can help me out. I have looked high and low to figure out my hard start when hot - but still having the issue. I have a XFI sportsman / EFI 2.0 throttle body on a mopar engine. The high torque starter spins the engine over very easily when cold, but when it's hot, the engine just barely starts to spin and then almost completely stops for a second, then cranks over slowly and finally fires up. I have dropped the spark table at 0 & 100% load below 700RPM to 0 degrees BTDC - this didn't help at all. I had a theory that it was my new hydraulic lifters bleeding down on one cylinder making high cylinder pressure... but just tonight the sportsman system crashed briefly while the engine was hot and the starter spun the engine super fast - without firing up... Shortly afterwards, I rebooted the XFI Sportsman and I ran into the same issue as stated above where the engine barely turned over (starter was labouring intensely). So now I believe it is the ignition control managed by the XFI Sportsman that's causing my grief. Any thoughts on this?