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Have you checked for a signal at the crank trigger/pulse generator? Have you checked the neutral safety switch circuit? Have you checked all the fuses? Have you checked the coils for primary and secondary resistance? Any and all of these will cause a no start condition. It's tedious when a problem like this occurs, but, once you verify that each component/system of the electrical system is operating correctly it will start if it has fuel, compression and air. If you want to do a quick check, hot wire the coils (12 volts to + side of coils+key in RUN position) and see if it runs, but, don't drive it like that because you won't have a kill switch if something goes wrong. Once it fires after the hotwire you'll know you missedfinding a badcircuit in the electrical system. You may also have to short the neutral safety circuit if it won't start with the hotwire. Get a manual and follow the schematics to determine which wires to short for the neutral safety, but, again, do not drive the bike with the neutral safety shorted otherwise you could hurt yourself or others.

Good luck and have a wonderful Christmas.

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