I have a 2009 grizzly with a 734cc 105.5mm trinity racing big bore kit coupled with a stage two cam and hot rods complete bottom end kit and an having major starting problems due to the engine having much higher compression. It will turn over and catch at tdc, stick there for about 3 seconds and come back around twice more before almost draining the battery and killing the solenoid. i have a bigger than stock agm battery but stock starter and idk if a higher torque starter will be enough to overcome the higher compression. I’ve been told you can get a longer decompression pin made but i’ve had trouble finding someone to do it and have been told it’s more expensive to get one fabricated than it is to buy one that comes with a cam but from my understanding most hot cams use the stock decompression. that may work for a stock bore with the cam but coupled with a big bore the stock decompression pin isn’t enough. i know this because me and my father fabricated a longer decompression pin from the end of a drill bit and installed it in the cam and it seemed to helped a tremendous amount to the point where it would actually turn over and start, however still with some trouble.. what other ways can i help with this high compression set up on my atv so it will crank easier?