> I am not familiar with your bike, so I will just
> offer some general advice. For lack of spark, it
> can be just about anything between the spark plug
> and the generator. Make sure your spark plug is
> clean and gaped correctly. Check the spark plug
> wire and boot connection. It's a good idea to
> unscrew the boot, cut about 1/2 inch off the end
> of the spark plug wire, and screw the boot back on
> to make sure you have a good connection at that
> point. Check the spark plug wire and the wire from
> the generator to the coil for any sign of damage.
> Make sure your coil is grounded. If your bike has
> points, file them a bit and check to make sure
> they are not excessively worn, pitted, or dirty.
> Gap your points correctly. If your bike has a
> condenser, you could try replacing that. They are
> pretty cheep, and just about any ol' condenser
> will do. You should be able to buy one in the lawn
> mower department of your local hardware store for
> a couple of bucks. If none of this fixes the
> problem, you may have to replace a larger part,
> such as the coil or generator. Good luck to you!