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Old 12-21-2012, 05:16 AM
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Being that you are getting a blue hot spark when grounding the plug on the block and you have verified the #1 rotor-to-dizzy cap post position and as suggested above with the WD40 in each plug hole to free up the rings....... I'd say sounds like somewhere your plug wires have been switched and your firing order has been screwed up.

Verify you firing order is correct.
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