Thanks for the reply. Redcat sent me the instruction how to check the gap for the coil. Never knew how these worked before. All ok now. Had it a little flooded thought. Can't wait to break it in a little more.I'd unplug the stop button to rule that out. Also check the coil gap. If your still not getting a spark with the button unplugged and the gap set correctly it might be a faulty coil.
This is a guide for the Baja but still useful: https://www.largescaleforums.com/showthread.php?t=12077