Exactly ! , I just went out to give mine a shot and while I could get it to turn over, there was no way I could spin it fast enough to fire, just to much resistance for the method. And that has nothing to do with "having the decomp adjusted right", the push/kick is after it releases. Another thing I see is , a cold motor, and no need for choke ? I know many don't need choke for cold starting but I don't think I have ever started any bike/quad motor around here that when cold (45F ish and below) didn't need at least a little bit of choke , even my EFI LTR(enrichment circuit as Suzuki calls it). Unless they are jetted rather rich to begin with. I've had a number of my motors hooked on an AF meter and the pilot/idle is right . Usually after getting the entire rpm range dialed in and the motor is running good, starts easy, plug colors perfect , ect... they always take choke to start cold , the colder, the more choke and longer it needs to stay on. Just what I've experienced. .