Auto decomp exhaust cam changes starting procedure a bit I imagine, and the manual decomp has been removed, so the starting procedure is more like a 450 than a 426. I think it was you who said that, with the auto decomp, the procedure should just be petcock on, choke on, a squirt or two of accelerator pump, kick from whatever location (rather than finding some specific engine timing). That was around 4 kicks after having sat 2 weeks. When I found TDC, got just past it, got the lever to the very top, and kicked, it was about the same (which took longer, thanks to prep for each kick, this was when I bought the bike). Neither seems excessive to me, especially considering the sitting. I just figured I'd ask in case one of the maps was likely to make starting significantly harder. I might put manual decomp back on it, just in case I drop it and it floods, but probably won't bother.