New member here looking for some tech support. My step-daughter has a 2003 Foreman 450 ES. The bike just had a brand new carb installed 2 weeks ago. She took it for a weekend ride to a local ranch and it ran fine all weekend (10+ hours of riding), no issues until the last day. The bike died while crossing knee deep water and I towed it back to camp with my Sportsman. Some friends of ours that have more experience with these found the spark plug "T" cap had separated from the wire and although we tried to reconnect it, we couldn't get a spark and they told me the coil must be bad. I purchased the entire new plug, wire, cap and plugged it into the bike. Also purchased a new spark plug. The bike is getting a spark "it is visible connected with the spark plug pulled from the block and turning over". But, the bike refuses to start. Choke cable is functioning and the bike has a full tank of gas and again IS getting a spark. Bike is in neutral and brake depressed when attempting to start. I don't know where to start looking and I think the bike is getting no fuel. Choke, no choke, throttle depressed or not, it just turns over and over and never sounds differently, never chokes, surges or anything. Just the same turnover noise over and over. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.