Hi all. Noob here but not new to bikes/atv's. I'm a retired sheet metal guy and I do some part time work at home on bikes and quads, etc. I'm not new to wrenching on bikes. I've been riding and maintaining/ repairing my own for 14 years now. I started doing work in my garage about 5 years before I retired from the trade. A few months ago I fixed a 1966 CT 90 for a guy. He spent over 700 at a local shop, and they fixed a few things, but, the carb still leaked and it didn't run right. So, I took it and cleaned out the tank, replaced the fuel lines and added inline filters, new air filter, put a battery in it and changed the needle valve/ seat. Voila! The thing runs great for about $100. So, a few weeks later the guy brought me a 1969 CT 70 and a 1974 CT 90. They've been sitting in a shed " for decades" the guy said. LOL On the 90 the tank was dry and really clean. So, I cleaned the carb, fresh fuel and a new battery and air filter, runs great. Changed the oil too. So, the 70, the last reg on the plate is 1984! Both bikes are in really good shape, I might add. The 70 had the flywheel missing. The stator, points, cond, all that is there. I got a new used flywheel, and cleaned up the ignition parts, put a new battery in it but I don't get any spark. The horn works with the key off and only if I touch the ignition switch to the bike ( I have it loose to check the wire connections). I get power to the tail/brake light socket. Not sure about the headlight yet. These 6v/ points/condenser systems are a bit foreign to me. I'm not sure where to look next. I did check the plug wire connection. Maybe test the coil next?