Okay so Hope still wouldn't start after putting in a new chain guard, this time right-side up. So I took the engine apart again today and I found hopefully the last problem. The exhaust valve is blown and won't seat... Look at that metal piece from the chain-guard tear up my cylinder head. So now I am in the process of JB welding my EGR port on the original head, and will throw that on there temporary until I get a new head. So with any luck I will be back on the road tomorrow attempting to race Yamaha R1's.
Okay, I had to make a separate post on this one.... BIG THANKS!!! goes out to my boy bcyprian25...I love you man. For taking the time to watch my video in depth and found the problem... Look at this snit here....
I want to tell everyone out there who chimed in and tried to help me that I love ya'll too. Of course except for Piston because I'm jealous of his CBR1000RR...
Okay, today's plan.... Still getting spark and fuel so I will be taking off the carb, and spraying a little ether in the port. If it starts or not, I'll be take off the cylinder head, replacing the bottom chain guide (thanks to the good eyes of BCY) Of course all will be done with engine at TDC, I will check on any leaks in the cylinder head or exhaust. Tighten everything down to specs. Reset valve lashes to .004 (intake) and .005 (exhaust) maybe even .003 and .004 Then I will then do my sacrifice to the scooter god's of a mixture of animals and herbs. That should just about do it. If all that doesn't work, I will blame Obama and thrown it in the Detroit River...lol.
BCY, Checked the cylinder head stud nuts when I did the valve adjustment again and they were still at 11 ft pounds (I have a torque wrench) I will check the guide but this just happened after 450 miles of riding on the new engine. She has been starting right up with no problems. Running like a certified champ! I was also able to get in touch with 90GTVert on youtube and confirmed I check compression. Timing is spot on, I checked b4 valve adjustment.
Well it not the carb. I replaced with the original and still won't start. Still getting spark, fuel and compression. Could my stator be good, but my pickup coil bad? I'm thinking the stator is working because I'm getting spark.
BCY, No timing light. I truly appreciate the help you have given! Also glad you didn't get hurt, tire lock up is scray! I was just reading on some of the older posts about swapping the wires to the coil and will be trying that. I have 2 CDI's and have swapped them back and forth. Getting spark with the stock one only, but that was what I had been running on of the last month. I have noticed quick build up of battery corrision on the negative terminals. I am swapping out with a new battery after cleaning the terminal....but most likely not the problem though, I have a jumper power bank I have used. I can always get enough power. I am going to check my ground to the motor with a multi-meter, put in new fuel, and swap back to the stock carb today. My bday is in 5 days and I WILL BE RIDING! %#&% this #@$^