the plugs were wet but not drenched. All cams and chains set according to the haynes bible. Its like as if it stops drawing power and just stops dead. Then when i hit the start button again she cranks few a few seconds and stops again. I will be installing the carbs again today after cleaning for the second time. Battery is fully charged also. Could an intermittened starter relay cause this ? I will post a video as soon as i try it
Wet plugs can point to a flooding carb with a sticking float. If it was the front cylinder, could also be leaking gas though the petcock vacuum line. So check that hose, it should be dry at all times. Gas can leak through there constantly, even on the 'off' setting, this fills the cylinder and crankcase with gas.
Could be a dead spot in the starter armature, but, do you notice the any of the lights brightening as if the current draw dropped? Same applies to bad starter relay. If the light stay slightly dimmer, the starter is still trying.
You can test for a bad starter relay, jump across the two largest terminals, see if the starter cranks normally.
There's another starter relay inside the junction box, those do fail occasionally.
If you keep hitting dead-ends, the battery should be load tested, regardless of age. Is this a wet cell or AGM type?
About the cams - I mean could the cams have been swapped front to rear? The marks can be set, but if the rear cam is in the front, it would never work.