It sat roughly June to October. Fuel gauge showing 3/4 full.
Intake manifold should be solid to the block, Throttle body should be solid to the intake mani, but will double check.
Will try disconnecting the airbox hose from the throttle body and maybe try some starting fluid.
How long did this sit? Usually old gas isn't an issue, but it probably wouldn't hurt to dump in some fresh. The fresh will get up to the engine pretty quick if you can get it to run for any length of time, even if it's struggling. You could also purge some out of the fuel rail.
If it's popping, it's probably a fuel air issue, not a spark issue.
Check every electrical connection related to fuel/air. Anything on the intake manifold/throttle body. Make sure your intake is sealed to the block. It could be drawing too much air. You can leave off the big airbox hose until it's running, just to make sure the flappers are working and it's not the air filter causing a problem.
Thanks, but don't think that's it. I believe there's a small transponder chip in the key, but no battery.
I get a couple of pops while cranking that I think are cylinders firing, but not enough to keep the engine going.