Hello I have a 1979 Suzuki gs850 that I recently purchased. My plan is to get it running so that I can sell it. I have never taken on a task like this before but I figured I would start by removing and cleaning the carburetors which I did. I cleaned the engine as it was full of dirt and put the carburetors back on (no I didn't get anything in the engine). I checked to see if the battery had juice and it read 12.8 volts on my multi meter. I connected the terminals and turned the key to the start location. Nothing happened. I looked up a wiring diagram and it turns out the previous owner connected the start button to the turn signal switch. I connected the wire where it should go and the bike started to crank but didn't start. My Concern is that the kickstarter is really easy To move and can be moved with your hand. Does it mean it has low compression or is it normal on this bike? I also found out that there's 2 regulator rectifiers which I don't think there's supposed te be more than 1. There is plenty of gas in the tank and starter fluid isn't helping. I checked the spark by putting a screwdriver in the spark plug boot and putting it against the engine block. I did see a small spark but I think it should be bigger. Any help would be appreciated!