Hi clogan, welcome to the forum. One solution I found for this problem of hard starts after git-offs....
Is to quit crashing. No matter how much yer tempted to dump it...
Don't. It hurts and costs money. So we discourage this behavior. One of the moderators here might host some Tuesday night self help programs for people like you. KDA. KLR Droppers Anonymous. At times, I think we all get our priorities mixed up. You want to know how to start a dropped bike. Maybe learning how to keep it upright might be time better spent. Another one of our Moderators, Tom, [he's kinda like the professor on Gilligan's Island. Stick around, you'll figure out which one around here is Gilligan.] has deduced that the KLR 650 has a curb weight on it's wheels of about 400 pounds, and a trail weight on it's side of about 900 pounds. He seems to pursue the "keep it upright" method of dual sport riding, too.
If you insist on tipping over, I'd suggest allowing the bike to sit for a few minutes in the upright position to allow things to settle and drain into their proper cavities before attempting to start it.
And again, welcome to the forum.
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