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No spark we have rebuild the bottom end and now have no spark bike was running before we rebuilt it

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    kx125 2001

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Hi mate disconnect the cut out switch and try kicking it over if still no spark check connections are pushed together propally there buggers sometimes and push the plug to the cdi in also consider replacing spark plug and try the coil on a different bike and see if it works goood luck

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