How the heck do you start the pig when it is cold without kicking it a hundred times????? My 2000 starts all the time one kick when warm but when it is cold.....as in winter snow cold.....the pig won't start unless I kick the heck out of it and soemtimes IT wins and stays NOT STARTED! I do the slow kick to find TDC and then give it a good kick scenario. GOing to tear it all down for a good winter season going over. *by the way it is -4 degrees right now and yes that is actual temp not wind chill* Is it a valve adjustment issue? It has some serious compression without a doubt and does not smoke or burn oil. Whta do I need to check and what do I need to go over?