You could also check for any corrosion at any contact points in the ignition, such as between the coil and wires, wires and plugs, and the module and coil. If this is distributorless, the crankshaft position sensor or camshaft position sensor may be part of the trouble. Although not as likely, the ECM may be part of the problem, also.
You need a battery. There's a very small chance it could be something else, but from the symptoms you describe it is more than likely a bad battery.
it is easier to pedal with longer cranks because you have more leverage but it is not necessarily better to have really long cranks.
do you mean it cranks, but will not start?
Cranks Creek Lake was created in 1963.
If the engine cranks & cranks & cranks before it starts even though it's warmed up already.
No of cranks used in 6 cylinder engine
have the fuel pump tested, also check cam positioning sensor
Cranks is the motor turning over, But cranks and won't start means either you no fuel or no spark or both.
The duration of Those Wonderful Movie Cranks is 1.5 hours.
Your question is confusing. If the engine cranks it is turning over.
Pushing on the cranks puts tension on the chain, which rotates the rear wheel and pushes the bike forward.
That's what Eastern Stealth cranks are made for.