World Superbike Racer
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Lawrenceville, GA
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Bike wont start after putting back together.. :(
Okay, so I've had my racebike dismantled for a few weeks while I am safety wire-drilling and removing alot of street stuff. Here's what I did:
-Removed Horn (unplugged wires and left dangling)
-Removed Radiator Fan (unplugged @ stock connector)
-Unplugged MAP and sensor in the middle-top of the airbox cover (almost under the ECU)
-Unplugged upper injectors per service manual before realizing i didnt need to to just inspect the air filter
-Drained coolant and readded as much ethelyne glycol as my buddy left me after topping his bike off
-Mounted the BAS on the fairing stay
-Mounted PCIIIusb in side of fairing stay, and extended its power cable back to the battery
-Removed speedohealer and reconnected stock connectors
So I got everything off and put the antifreeze back in for the winter, reinstalled the subframe and battery, plugged everything back in, plugged in the MAP, plugged in each upper injector, closed the airbox, turned the key.. checked lights (pc3, gauge panel and fuel pump came on).. toggled kill switch off/on to make sure fuel pump hit again, and then went to start..
The starter kicks over, sounding healthy, but no fire.. now I did this at like 11:30 last night so I didnt have time to d1ck around w/ it then, but I figured id ask anyone if they had any ideas I could try when I get home. My first guess would be that there's no fuel getting in, which leads me to those upper injectors, but I dunno.. Could it be something with the PC3 doing it as well? I plugged the fan back into the connector to see if it did it, and nothing as I suspected.. Im guessing the horn wouldnt do it either..
As I said, its kicking over like there's no fuel, which there is.. could I have a crimped line from the fuel tank maybe? Only thing not plugged into the fuel take is the overflow hose at this point..
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.. thx