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i would adj valves 1st and go from there. rings maybe stuck if it has sat a while w/o being started. run a compression test on it should have something at least. no compression doesnt sound right to me. if so rings stuck can be freed if so ,sometimes fixes it ,sometimes breaks it
The sticky stuff is normal. On a lot of dirt bikes and 4 wheelers they have air filters that you are to wash either with a filter cleaner or gas and then you spray them down with a light oil and then wring them out until they have no extra oil in them and the oil helps filter the dirt out of the air heading into the engine. It does look in your picture like it is needing a cleaning.