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I think there is bad gas getting to the carburetor.

Won't start and has good spark.

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Still stock with stock carb? or it EFI.?
some are. newer.
no matter all gas motors same.
1: compression bad, (timing belt to cam bad)
2: no spark (or timed wrong ) you did only 1 of 2 tests.
3: bad fueling. try test fuel
1,,2 3, in that order or go crazy chasing tail. .

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Try changing your fuel petcok. There cheap and easy to change. Also if you ever have anymore questions i'd check out thegsresources.com there's a bunch of useful info there.

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