So I finally got my 1970 CB350 running but it was revving really high out of control randomly and I had to use the choke to bring the rpm's back down. I did some research and found out it was probably the lack of points lubricant. I ordered some Mallory distributor lube and didn't know exactly where and how much to put. I ended up putting a thin coating between the spark advancer and the thing that the spark advancer sits on, and some between the spark advanced and the lobe, and also some on the top of the lobe itself where the points rest on. I started her up and she ran fine with no high revving issues, however, I only could keep her running for about 3 minutes before she died. I tried to start her with no luck. I checked for spark and the left spark plug had no spark. Could it be my left coil just happens to go out or could it have been the lube in some way? Any help would be greatly approciated!