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just be a vagabond, living out of a backpack on a little Honda, cruisin all over the damn place....
You said that 2&3 were dry so that is an indication that they are not getting any fuel! Also you said that they have a blue spark, Which means the electrics are doing their part! Head
You can pull the slow jets with out pulling the carbs off. Drop the fuel bowels, use a stubby screw driver,a small mirror, and plenty of light, I leave the floats in place and am gentle so not to mess the floats up or settings, If you have some one to hold a flash light to shine on the mirror as it it tillted to reflect up in the carb body that makes it easier. I have done this many time over the years. Head
A spark plug will spark under compression if you have you electrics sorted out regardless of anything else unless they are thouroughly wet with gas or carbon fouled, then they might not act like properly.
Did you run an ohmeter test on it to test for proper resistance between primary and secondaries?
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