Hey guys, after replacing the clutch, adding oil and getting her started I have discovered a cylinder isn't firing. I replaced plugs (Gapped .035") checked for spark (yep) and did a compression test on all 4. I think the configuration designates #2 as the front left? (the offending cylinder). As per the shop manual, compression with the throttle wide open until the gauge steadies out, my readings were #1: 160+, #2: 155, #3: 160+ and #4: 160+. The cylinder with the lowest compression is the one not firing, but the manual says a max of 171 and a minimum of 128 with a normal of about 149...Have I done this correctly? I have fire, apparently have sufficient compression, ...fuel? This is an '85 I bought after sitting up an unknown period of time, with the clutch removed. Kinda apprehensive about removing carburetor assembly as I worry about the synchronization upon replacement, but I guess I will have to acquire the tools/knowledge to figure this out, finding a mechanic around here that works on older bikes has proven difficult so far. Advice would be welcome, thanks.