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i'm applying logic instead of trying to pin the tail on the donkey.
at this point there's no reason to believe it's anything but the lack of the secondaries. he still hasn't seen them fire despite there being voltage on them. so the ecu isn't switching the grounds, or the ground it switches them to is open. (this is based on being able to test them with greater than 10 degrees throttle position and 4400 rpm as mentioned earlier, and also in the manual)
i have already mentioned this in a previous post. if nobody wants to take that for what it is that's their prerogative, but if people are going to start throwing illogical and brutally unlikely hail marys at the poor guy i'm going to say something.
maybe he has flat tires? did he check his tires? once my buddy had flat tires and his bike did the same thing.
see where i'm going with this? throwing out guesses isn't helpful. neither is suggesting spraying his engine with a water bottle and listening for "sucking", or your entire post #24.
i understand that you want to answer every help thread, but you could at least look stuff up before just throwing **** out there. i check manuals before answering threads all the time, i also check wiring diagrams, it's the way you can audit your own advice. if you don't you could very well just be hurting the guy who needed help in the first place.
Last edited by wibbly; 10-30-2017 at 12:20 AM.