I done up a friends bike with kibble white intakes ,re cut the exhausts and opened up the intake and did carb mods 08 ap stuff and ncvs needle. long story short it ran great around the yard for short bits running the dog occasionally and continued to work good for the owner for about 50 miles or a days riding- first outing. now its back to me and wont start after many kicks not even a fart. its valves are in specs, timing is on and the float bowl holds lots of fuel- the bowl plug didn't look to have water or crud in it. the spark plug came out dry and the spark looked kind of yellow to blue and week- it might have been better if I wasn't chicken to hold it grounded better , certainly not what I would call a hot blue spark. I put in a new plug and the bike still would not fire and I did knock an eight inch off the plug wire on the boot end. So I'm fishing for ideas? bump start it? dump a spot of gas down the plug hole and see if she fires dis connect the kill switch clean up the ground clean up the coil contact areas check the coil wiring looks connected and un damaged So after 40 kicks with the fuel on and the choke pulled shouldn't the plug come out wet? who has logical ideas? maybe i'll start today with putting the bike in the dark shop and properly grounding the plug and watching for a strong blue spark then a spot of gas down the plug hole and see if she fires then if not try going down the hill and poping it in to second?