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Not starting after fuel pump replacement

Another issue guys. I rebuilt my fuel pump with a new motor and now my bike is cranking but not starting.
Reason I rebuilt it is because I wasnt able to rev past 10000rpms.
Ive tried holding the throttle open with no luck.
Also I have a charger hooked up and my battery is full.
Is it possible I wired the pump in reverse. If the bottom of the pump is on the floor with the terminals facing you, to which side does the pink wire from the motor go?
I dont know what else it could be.
The bike started up just fine before.
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Forgot to mention I can hear the pump priming.
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I checked my manual for 07-12. The wiring diagram only shows a green and a brown wire to the fuel pump.

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I have a 04 model. Tried starting again today. Still not turning over.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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So I swapped in the original pump motor and am having the same issue.
I will be changing out the spark plugs this week.
Is it possible that all the plugs have gone bad?
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No spark after fuel pump replacement

Hey guys I made another thread in the wrong section. Im hoping ill get more help here.
Title pretty much sums it up. After I replaced my fuel pump motor my bike wont start.
It cranks but dosent turn over. The fuel pump is priming and I can smell fuel from the exhaust. I dont know whats going on. Is it possible all the spark plugs have gone bad? I put in new gas after the pump rebuild. I even put the old pump motor in and still same problem.
Reason I replaced the motor is because I wasnt able to rev past 10k rpms.
Please help me.
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Hey guys I made another thread in the wrong section. Im hoping ill get more help here.
Merged the threads, hopefully someone will know.

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yes thats why I rebuilt the fuel pump.
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I ordered a tool kit and new spark plugs. Hoping that resolves the issue.
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If i disconnect my fuel line from the tank to injectors, should fuel come squirting out? My pump is priming but im not sure if its actually delivering fuel.
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Why don't you just take this "rebuild" pump out and hook up the battery directly to it and see if it even work? Are you 100% sure that you rebuilt it correctly?

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Ill try that today to ensure its working correctly. Ill report back shortly.
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fuel pump appears to be functioning correctly.
I can smell fuel from the exhaust.
Is it possible for the spark plugs to suddenly go bad?
Also im getting to FI codes.
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get the codes and post them.
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sorry was a spelling error. Im getting no codes. Ill be changing out spark plugs when they arrive and report back.
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