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How old is the battery your using? It might be charged, but there's no cold cranking amps to turn the motor over... Our motors use a nice size battery.
Imo.. It's not a vacuum, sensor, or gasoline issue because if they were all missing, it would still let your motor crank over, but it won't turn on. I think it would have to be a problem with the battery, ecu, or ignition system.
If you can't crank it over by hand then you don't really want to even mess with that motor. There's probably more wrong with it then you would want to get into.
does it just not move at that point? you can feel/hear it just jam up?
how hard have you tried to crank it past that point? Some times it will take a little more force to get past a certain point.
If it just wont move and is absolutely stuck, then no good. It might be something wrong with the chain(s), there are three, or one of the sprockets the chain(s) move on
Or maybe a bent valve that is stuck open, if you have the plenum and the collector off you could see down the intakes and from the exhaust side without the headers in place to check the valve operation
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