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Old 03-15-2015, 02:12 PM   #1
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Bike won't start, recommend me a good mechanic that can troubleshoot electronics

Hey all,

I just bought a running CBR1000rr. It had a bazaaz, quickshifter, and some random fuel map stuff. Being the inquisitive person I am, I decided to rip out all the bazaaz stuff and try it out stock.

I plugged all the stock plugs back in, and now the bike won't start anymore. It lights up, primes, and cranks but won't fire. I've tried switching to a different harness, ecu. No difference. I've checked for spark and it appears I'm not getting any spark for some reason now.

I've checked all the wiring to the best of my abilities (I've done this in the past on other bikes, so I'm confident I've plugged everything back in). I've checked the tip over sensor and the kickstand sensor. They are plugged in and seems fine?

Electrical troubleshooting is my weakest are, I just don't know enough to troubleshoot well. Anyways, at this point, I'm tired of working on it. Local mechanics don't sound very confident with electrical stuff and I don't want to waste anymore time. Who would you recommend in Houston with cheap but efficient rates who can do this job proficiently? I live in College station, so somewhere as far west as possible would be nice. LMK thanks!
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Old 03-15-2015, 03:36 PM   #2
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You did what now? P-1 racing in Tomball is the western most shop that I know of, besides the dealerships.
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Old 03-15-2015, 03:53 PM   #3
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Take it to Motorcyles Unlimited you probably just missed something simple.
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