So the switch repair seemed to go ok. Got the crankcase put back together and on the bike and the starter motor turns the engine when I'm in neutral and it almost tries to start, especially if I hold in the throttle, but it just won't fire. So I checked the ignition coil and the wire connection between the coil wire and the cap seemed iffy. The cap pulled right off the coil wire without effort. I put it back on, pulled the plug and tested for spark. Can smell gas. I should mention bike ran just fine before taking off the crank case cover. Spark is almost not there at all, every so often some weak spark will jump. I pulled the coil out, tested resistance and the coil itself seems ok and in range but the cap has complete resistance until I set my multimeter to the 200M setting. So I'm thinking the cap is bad. New OEM coil came today but still waiting for new OEM cap. I did find on Amazon a cheap coil and it arrived yesterday. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YWM52S2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I tested it and the resistnace was a bit lower than the rang at 2.5 Ohms from green to cap. The cap seems to not fit well on the top of the NKG DR8ES-L spark plug threaded top. So I picked up a Champion 809 RASHC thinking that would fit the cap better, but the top stud was too thick for the cap to fit it. So no joy yet. I have checked the pulse generator resistance and that seems to be within speck. The bike is old and bolts are rusty, not easy to get the front fenders off without busting that all up so I haven't checked the CDI yet. I keep going back to what I have touched. The bike sounds to me like the timing is just a bit off, but according to the workshop manual there is no way to adjust the timing and it is all controlled by the CDI. When I took the crank case cover off I got a bit ahead of myself and made an attempt to undue the crankshaft bolt. All I succeeded in doing was rotate the crank a few times before I came to my senses that was completely unnecessary. Is it at all possible that in hand cranking the motor like that I got it off of it's timing and if so, is there a way to get it back? Seem like there is no way to even check the timing via the inspection port unless the motor is running at idle Do it need to get it set to TDC before doing some part of the cover replacement? It didn't seem to me like it should have mattered at all, but now I'm second guessing myself on it. I'm still hoping I just need the OEM plug cap with the new OEM coil and it will fire right up, but while I wait, I might as well reach out.