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The first thing you need to do will be to do a compression test on all of the cylinders.
If the timing is off, or the valves are to tight, then the comp test will tell me what is going on. With it being a new rebuild, this is the first step in finding out why it will not start. You said there was fuel on the plugs, and it had spark, so compression is the next thing to check.
You are very welcome. Make sure to wright down the test results for each cylinder and post them please so I can see what is going on.
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Cylinder 4 is the only cylinder that is hitting correctly. All the other plugs are running to rich. I would have expected to see a comp test reading g of better then 180 on each cylinder. I believe that you need to go back and double check the cam timing. You may be a tooth or two off.
A fresh engine can be a little bit hard to get started, but the compression should be higher on a new never started engine than one that has run for a few thousand miles.