So, I have been reading post after post, thread after thread and this group is awesome. I have a 2001 SV650 and it is kicking my ass. The bike has literally made me lose a pint of blood (AR state bird)a night for almost a month now...I kid you not. The engine will not start up at all, I have replaced every aspect of the carbs, the stupid ass fuel pump, all vacuum/fuel lines, plugs, coils, fuel, ignition, choke/throttle cables, followed synchronizing protocols when rebuilding carbs, new oil, breather, petcock, and everything else I have read could cause a no start...plugs are firing, plenty of compression, fuel is flowing, choke tried and failed, starter fluid into breather, direct to carbs, you name it I've tried it. The damn thing hates me, with a passion and I have a 2007 Kawasaki 250 with 11.8 miles on it and just won't give up on the SV. I have a complete replacement engine for the SV sitting beside it, I am at my wits end...what am I missing. The stator is brand new, the stupid ass over charging kill your ecm box thingy has been replaced, I have 3 ecms i can interchange if needed. Does anyone live in AR, I will pay good money if you can start this bastard...I have never peraonally seen/heard it run. Lots of videos and audio recordings but the bike might as well be brand new with all these new parts. I'm not insane and I know there is an issue if the bike will not start with starting fluid, it turns over and over but just wont fire up. Should I remove the damn mufflers again and see if that might be stopped up or something, can the exhaust be too short? Any advice, comments, moments of silence, recommendations, or common sense items I may have missed would be greatly appreciated. What I need is a new set of eyes and ears but taking this bike to any local shop is just gonna be a waste of time and I had rather give my money to someone that works on SV's than Harley all day.