Hey guys thanks for all your help. It ended up being a wiring issue with my aftermarket trail tech speedo/tacho with rpm readout. It said to connect a wire directly to one of the coils. I must of misunderstood. It's firing on both cylinders now
Right now I'm in the process of syncing my carbs.
Question: if my rpms are climbing slowly when throttle is open and then falling in the same manner, is this something I can fix simply by adjusting the screw on the carbs? I am worried that it's an internal issue with the carbs ( maybe the guy I had clean them didn't get everything and now the valves are "stuck" ?)
Also, any tips when it comes to syncing the carbs would be greatly appreciated.
Update: found that I am still not getting spark on left cylinder. Tested coil and found I am getting 3.1 ohms from primary leads (w/in specification) however, when testing primary lead to secondary lead. To elaborate in my simple terms; one test wire to a primary lead and one test wire to spark plug cap. Reading was 19.9 ohms (higher than spec) From the info provided above. It says that if the reading is above spec, there is an open lead somewhere and the coil needs to be replaced. Looked up coils on eBay. They're rather cheap but I wanted to ask one of you if you could confirm my testing was correct. I'm a visual learner, so I may have misunderstood the directions.