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I stripped the spark plug by accident..tightened it down to much and couldnt fix it from the top so i pulled the head and chased the threads with a 10mm die and fixed it. when i completed everything I cant get the bike to start.

I triple checked the timing, made sure the crank was TDC, cams out at 10 and 2 positions, arrows on cam gears at 9,12 and 3...chain tensioner tightened down. Rotated the motor by hand truns over fine no valve contact but the bike will not start. I checked to make sure I didnt 180 the motor out but that wasnt the case. Got spark, got fuel. *** gives? forgot to mention what about the auto decomp on the ex cam? does that set automatically or could that be my problem?

The bike is a 2006 DRZ400SM with 2866 miles on it with 3x3 mod and matching jetting and removed spark arestor

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yes i can let me go take some

The bike cranks for days, I even hooked up my car to it just to make sure it has enough juice. I covered all the basics first

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Anyone? I just did the final try to recheck everything and I'm about ready to give up. Don't know what else to do. I'm going to make a video to show whats happening and to see if anyone can notice anything

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what bumtarder said plus

vacuum hose on petcock ?

FYI if you stripped the SP hole threads, chasing them wont fix them, you need a heli coil or similar to repair it

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I recut the thread on the SP, and no its not the vacuum on the petcock.

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