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installed PC3 now bike wont start

well i installed my PC today, and when i went to start the bike, the FI light stays on and the oil pressure light flashes about every 3 seconds, the bike will not turn over...any ideas?

Note- i also removed my emmissions crap, and installed pair valve covers
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does the FI prime when you turn the key to ON? and did you DOUBLE CHECK everything?
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make sure you hooked the wire that connected to the battery to the NEGATIVE terminal and not the positive..

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I just did the PAIR removal on my bike.. I have to get a custom map for it now..
Well I needed on before anyways....
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check service manual first, there should be a trouble shoot section for the gauge/tach display, start from there (if so and so light blinks blablabla meaning this and that and so on) then trail back and check what you touched.
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Other common thing I see is: did you hook into the upper or lower injectors?

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Make sure you hooked the vacumm tube back up to the MAP sensor. Black on the right side of the TB's. That light might be flashing a code. Count it.


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OK, i forgot to plug in the primary lower back in, i got it to start. NO MORE FI LIGHT!

after i put the fairings back on, it wont turn over again.

the FI primes, PC is installed to Lower injectors, Ground is on negitive
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Engine stop switch back on? In gear?


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netural light is on, kill switch is set to run,
i dont get it, it doesnt have the FI light on, no other waring lights,
maybe its flooded?
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It's gotta be something simple. You just had it running.


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Is the battery dead? only think I can think of, it might not be dead but just weak..
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Will it turn over now?

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ok it works turns out it was a pinched fuel line!
doh!

another question, i removed my pair valve covers and installed Dan kyle pair valve covers, was i supposed to take anything out? i saw these two gold valves under the pair valve cover, held in with small philips screws...are they supposed to stay in there?? cause i left them in, and the bike is louder now
i also removed the Evap stuff, and installed a dynojet o2 sensor plug
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When I did the PAIR removal, four gold valves with the phillips screw.. I took the screw out and took the valve apart.... Then reinstalled the disassembled valve or just the gasket now...

Only reason I did this is to get an air tight seal around my homemade valve covers.. I didnt wanna spend 30 buck for something that will cost me 2 bucks to make myself.. I also used gasket sealer around the cover/block off plate..

I dont know if this is correct way to do it....
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Oh, BTW did you happen to find the two bolts for your GPR? I didn't see them in the picture you posted..
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nope, i guess i have to go buy them, but i dont know if the GPR i have fits my 05, check this out-
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=36622
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