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Old 06-23-2022, 09:24 PM
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So it wont pop off with starting fluid?
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Spark but not even an attempt to cough to life would seem to suggest timing or something catastrophically wrong with the valvetrain. I would lean much towards the former, especially if "everything" has been replaced.
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Low compression will cause that symptom also.

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Remove the plug and place your finger over the hole and crank.
If the valves are operating properly, you should feel compression at this point.
I would not use starting fluid as it will wash down the cylinder walls.
A small shot of light oil should give enough lube to increase compression in a dry cylinder.
This, and I would opt for a small shot of carb cleaner into the carb.
If you have compression, spark and fuel, and the points are adjusted and timing is on, it will run.
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Here ya go. To have a successful ignition, the Holy Triangle must be met.
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