Hello George Marxh, B$S has had "easy spin" starting for years! The old system always had the exhaust valve openig even on the compression stroke. Even though it did so, it was a mere 1/200 of a second at 3600 R.P.M.'s. the exhaust valve stayed open 1/100 of a second at start up speed. Force required to start the engine was reduced by 50%, and would be noticed by wimps er people that had trouble starting an ordinary engine. Now How do you check compression when you know that the engine has a compression release? Guido.
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