Thanks, Yes I guess I shouldn"t take for granted that the mag is in the correct spot. I just assumed that because I did not remove the arm or mag gear that it would of been TDC. I am going right back to the drawing board. I also noted one"s note that on the 386 plugs they gaped at .45 I can try that too. I am going to make sure it can jump a 1/4 as well. I only had the plug laying on frame and observed the spark looked normal. Also to note, would bad gaskets between the exhaust manifold and head cause any disturbances. I pulled the manifold off to check condition and make sure nothing was plugged.The gaskets or O Ring type seals are in rough shape. I plan on replacing. I do have a new points and condensor set so I might as well throw that it too just for some reassurance if they ever go bad then i can fall back on the ones I know are not brand new. Even with two cylinders low on compression I figured it would of started but just not ran that great.
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