I've got a '74 Honda CB360t that I've been working on for the last few years it hadn't been driven in a couple of decades. A couple of months ago I rebuilt the carburetor and tried to start it and after a few tries it started up. Tried again later and it wouldn't go, so I started tinkering with the electrical components of the ignition system. I installed a new condenser, checked the coils set the points, and then tested for spark successfully. It still didn't start so I took the carbs off to check if I was getting fuel through the carbs by blowing compressed air through it. In short, I have spark, compression is good and I should be getting fuel so I don't understand why my bike won't start. Any ideas?