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Question , Are you just pulling in the clutch with the engine off , and spinning the wheel ??? , if so , then that is normal
If you are running the bike and pulling the clutch , then the wheel will naturally spin because the tranny gears are working and it allows the wheel to slightly spin ..... Otherwise , its possible that the basket is wobbling and causing binding (if you grab it , and try to rock it , it should not move) and either the inner or outer hub is binding and causing the clutch to not completely disengage
For starting cold:
Turn on the gas
Pull the choke
Give the throttle 3 to 6 full twists (you will have to experiment with this as each bike is different)
push the kickstarter down slowly till you feel the compression , then let it all the way up , then give it a full HARD kick , like its a Harley , it should start within 1-4 kicks , if not then repeat the throttle twists till you figure out how many it likes
Example: , my 02 does not like throttle input , it likes Choke , the 4 good kicks , and it usually starts on the 4th kick , from cold , my 06 450X like 6 full pumps of the throttle and a choke , if it does not start right away , then 6 more full twists of the throttle
Each bike is different , and you have to learn/figure out what your bike likes as far as cold or hot starting procedure , and NEVER try to start it in gear unless you have Schwarzenegger's legs and enjoy kicking all day just for the workout .....