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When I try to get to the video, it tells me it is private.
That's not the factory fuel line as Texas! said.
Pouring gas directly into the cylinders may have fouled your new plugs.
They are meant to ignite an air/fuel mixture, not wet gas.
I would take them out, dry them with a propane torch and check
for spark again before trying to start it up.
Your exhaust elbow is broken, they sell them here on YT.
They bolt on with two bolts there on top of the manifold.
As rusty and horrible as they might look, mine broke right off
and came out easily so I could replace them.
Hopefully you have the same good luck!
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