I have a Hot Cams autodecomp exhaust cam in my 01 WR, along with a Luke's Racing Big Bore Kit. While I haven't noticed any change in performance since I put it together a couple of thousand miles ago, I ran a compression check today while trying to troubleshoot a cooling problem. The best reading I could get, after kicking the bike thru a half dozen times was about 95 psi. Is this normal for a bike with an autodecompressor cam, as I doubt I am spinning it over fast enough to retract the pin? I didn't do a compression check after I broke the motor in, so I don't really have a reference fro what it "should" be, but with the old 01 cam, it wold pump out about 155-160 psi. If that's normal, then is the only way to check sealing to do a leak down test? While I'm posting up, maybe someone has some ideas on my cooling problem, too... It's a WR, so it has a catch tank. During an average ride, I boil off 6-8 oz of coolant into the catch tank. As the bike cools, it should draw the coolant back into the rads from the catch tank. It's not. After everything is cooled down, the coolant is still in the catch tank, and the level in the radiators is below the fins. I have replaced the radiator cap, replaced the hoses to the catch tank and overboard vent, checked them for kinks, and even completely flushed the system to be sure there aren't any "boogers" in there blocking the passages. Any suggestions?