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Hey man. That really sounds like an overly rich condition, but weird as it's fuel injected. Start with the easy things, check the connections to your spark plugs/ignition coils, check the air filter, pull spark plugs after and inspect them if that doesn t do it. I had that issue on carbed bikes. After riding you say that you can t start it. try and open the throttle when that happens and see if it starts, that should give it some air. Do you sense any smell of gas when cranking it after riding?
Last edited by Spykedsys; 10-01-2017 at 09:46 AM.