And charged me 500 buks to get my bike back in pieces
rxf610, Wow! I thought you fell off the earth or something. Nice to hear from you again.I have not posted in a long long while. So hello.
Crazyauto, very strange that you have spark and fuel, but no fire......
I even tried unhooking the Dyno jet cammander and hooked the fuel injectors back up directly and literally it changed nothing it still is exactly the same...... still front cylinder is not combusting it's sparking and it has fuel so yeah just confused
Crazyauto, when you did your "spark test," did you merely put a new plug in the plug cap and hold it against the engine to view the spark? If so, it's good that it sparks, but Snowblind makes a good point. The front plug could be fuel fouled. However, you won't know without inspecting (replacing) it. Also, keep in mind that it may spark in free atmosphere, but may not spark in the cylinder under compression.So if you pull the plug on the dead cylinder does it come out wet with gas?
None of my experiences with the local shops have been as bad as yours, but I have yet to find one I can trust with my TLs..... I'm in Arizona .......I will never take my bike to a shop again
There, I fixed it Eliott. 😜I'm not suggesting a shop. Six5 is in Arizona. Sketchiest electrical guy on the forum, no doubt about it.
I can't explain the physics behind it, but the experts say it is a real phenomenon.That's interesting spark in open atmosphere but not under compression? What could make that happen?? I never would have thought that to be a problem..
I see that you put a fuel pump in about a year ago. Have you verified the fuel pressure since this issue started?Bit it ran great.i parked it came back next day started it.it started up but was on one cylinder.so I changed the spark plugs and coils to try and fix the problem and it literally changed nothing it was exactly the same one cylinder.gave up.came back again next day and decided to pull the injectors and check them out I cleaned em up and put em back in and it won't start now.
That's good that you can see fuel spraying in the throttle body.so I did what someone suggested and switched the front injector wires to the back and still nothing. i can see fuel spraying into the throttle body while trying to start it.and I just simply pulled the boot to check spark through coil I haven't actually checked the spark plug to see it spark but I feel that's remedial at this point if everything is in line it seems it probably is good .
You are correct. Those interlocks will not cause the symptoms you are seeing.Im pretty sure it's electrical .like a faulty wire on a safety switch maybe the clutch or tip over sensor at this point but I don't think those will knock out one cylinder which puts me back at square one..
I'm in central Phoenix. Not what I would call 'close' to Surprise - especially with winter traffic here in the Valley. Still, PM me your email address and maybe we can arrange something for next weekend.Six 5 sir if you live in AZ I'm shouting for help.ill pay you to help me please..I'm in surprise on the far west side if your at all close ...