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exhaust problem

hey i just installed the Hamaguchi system on my 05 but i cant get the bike to start up. The battery isnt dead and i have a quarter tank of gas still. Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be?
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When the last time you had the bike running? Check your battery voltage anyway. You should have atleast 13.0v on a good battery.


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May sound dumb but check kill switch and be sure its not in gear. Also, if its turning over check idle adjustment.
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Did you install a PC3? Are all the cables plugged in correctly? Did you pinch your fuel line? Does the bike go through the startup routine/countdown when you turn the key initially?

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May sound dumb but check kill switch and be sure its not in gear. Also, if its turning over check idle adjustment.
hehe..i kno thats happened to me before...
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i havent installed my pc3 and the bike has been sitting for a couple months so ill check the voltage on the battery. ya i checked the kill switch when i first tried. i have done that before lol
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When you say it doesn't start, do you mean it wont run, or it wont even try to turn over?

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When i try to start it up it tries to turn over but it doesnt
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do you hear your Fuel pump working when you turn the ignition on?
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Sounds like your tilt sensor is stuck, or your throttle is not reading in the closed position. My throttle would do that every so often and the bike would just ping the starter, but no fire.
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when i turn the ignition i dont hear anything. i am gonna just play around with it... thanks for all ur input
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If you dont hear the fuel pump priming you probly blew a fuse.
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okay ill check the fuses thanks a bunch
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the fuse you'll be looking for is under the tank (i think).
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so i checked the fuses they are all fine
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i havent installed my pc3 and the bike has been sitting for a couple months so ill check the voltage on the battery. ya i checked the kill switch when i first tried. i have done that before lol

Its your battery! Bike been sitting.

Have a buddy help you bump start it


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okay cool ill try that
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check your BAS.

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what is a BAS?
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ya the bike started fine before... how would i check the BAS
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Try resetting it.

with the key in the on position, cycle the kill switch from on to off then back to on, back to off, and switch the key to off. turn it back to the on position and switch the kill switch to on. you should hear the Fuel pump prime.

if it primed when you switched the ignition on to begin with and heard the Fuel Pump prime, then it's not your BAS.
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okay cool thanks a bunch!! ;)
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