I know I am not alone when after leaving my boat sit for four or more days it takes a lot of cranking to get to turn over for the first time. Being that I have new (tight) and high compression motor it didn't take long to burn up a starter. Not wanting to use a starting fluid (afraid I would burn up a valve or something) I started carrying a squirt bottle of gas. I don't like to have a bottle of gas floating around on board but starters cost to much. Then I remembered a post a started on the fishing board about using WD-40 as a fish attractor for your lures. Well thing got carried away and people listed everything that used the stuff for. One of the post said that they used it as a starting fluid. Is this right? If it is wouldn't it be the best starting fluid of all? Its all ready pre lubed.