Sea,thanks for all the replies. the plug is a little moist but not very. the wiring should be fine i took out the kill switch and i have gotten spark before. also, i hooked the throttle up to my right side hand brake, i didn't like the plastic twist throttle. so i am gonna go out and see if i can find the best choke position and throttle to get her started. i will take off the air filter for this try. thanks again. wish me luck.
all while riding down a hill,...? yeah a 3 handed monkey could help...make sure your using the choke, move the choke slowly on and off as your trying to start it. don't give it a lot of throttle, just tweek the throttle open and closed a little as you try and start it. some times on the first fire up you need to be a three handed monkey to get one fired up.
Thanks Deacon and all who have responded,...Let me ask you two questions.
1. You said you had fuel in the line and in the carb. did you check to see if the plug is wet. If the plug is wet after you attempt to start it. Then see question 2.
2. Did you seal the carburetor intake. If not you might have an air leak which was the most common problem when I was messin with these kits a couple of years ago.
After those two suggestions I'm lost sorry if they don't help.