Ladies and gentlemen, I have a Grubee gt5 SkyHawk 66CC kit. Engine runs good and starts immediately when it starts at all. After a particularly windy rain storm my bike wouldnt start no matter what. I replaced the plug and cap since they were included in the kit. When that didnt work i opened the magneto cover. There was a little moisture in there so i was sure that was the problem. After drying it out and reassembly i was off and running. I moved it a little further under my porch and figured i was done with that issue. The next time it rained (it was more like a drizzle) the bike didnt even get moist but the bike wouldnt start. I assumed moisture was forming on the magneto wires and was dripping down through the sheilding and collecting in the magneto box. I went to TrackAuto and bought some gasket paper and some awesome 3M gasket sealant. I pulled the cover off and everythin apeared dry. I removed the sparker loop and dried it all with a hair drier, made a new gasket and resealed the box BONE dry. The next dry day i take the bike out. Nothing. I take it apart and put it back together. Nothing. I come inside and spend 2 hours on motorbicycling.com, went back out to check the connections on the loop. They looked fine so defeated i put it all back together and BOOM! It runs. I ride it all day and park it. I slept the sleep of the content. Next time i come out, NO RUN. For anyone who thinks i might be mistaking this for a fuel problem, please dont reply with fuel related suggestions. The issue is definatelly in the spark system. I can make it run every time. I just have to remove and reinstall the spark loop. The last time i went out it stopped running mid ride for the first time. Luckily i had a 10mm and a #2 phillips and the skill gained from performing this opperation so many times. I do notice that the loop looks a lil closer to the spinning magnet on the bottom. Is it possible the dude tapping these holes didnt eat his Wheaties? Now that i take a pic for y'all, it looks fine. BTW, i have the blue and black wires hooked up and the white capped. I dont use a kill switch.