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Old 02-10-2009, 06:11 PM   #1
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05 GSXR750 Fuel Injectors

I bought a used 05 GSXR750 today. It needs new Fuel Injectors. Any good aftermarket brand ones? Or jsut use OEM. Bike is stock right now. Will get Exhaust and chip in a week or so.
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OEM.

Even after you "get the chip and exhaust" you won't need to mess with the injectors.
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Old 02-10-2009, 07:38 PM   #3
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What's wrong with the injectors?
Do you just need the injectors or the whole throttle body, i.e. STV valve os bad?

If you just need the injectors I have some good used ones for $100.00 for the set.
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What's wrong with the injectors?
The bike has been sitting for 6 months. Called a local dealership to setup a time to do a full fluid flush. Thay said i need to change the injectors due to the gas going bad.
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If you just need the injectors I have some good used ones for $100.00 for the set.
Will give you a call tomorrow.
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The bike has been sitting for 6 months. Called a local dealership to setup a time to do a full fluid flush. Thay said i need to change the injectors due to the gas going bad.
Gasoline these days takes about 2 weeks to go bad it seems, but that doesn't mean the injectors are jacked up. Perhaps the dealer you called was suggesting that it possibly could need new injectors because of that?

I'd check to make sure that you actually have bad injectors first by firing the bike!

Change the oil and filter, if it makes you feel better drain the fuel (and put it in a lawn mower or something), put in fresh fuel with some Sea Foam in it, make sure you have a good battery with charge, and fire that biotch up. If it runs like shyte after warming up or loses power at a certain RPM (or other associated symptoms) then maybe you have an issue with the injectors.

I wouldn't go spending money on injectors without knowing they're jacked up though.
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Agreed... always get a second opinion from others that are willing to be honest for no gain. Good advice above.

Fluids aside, put some new gas in it after draining the tank(1 gallon is enough) jump it and fire it up. See how it runs.
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Well would not start. Fuel pump did not come on. Removed the tank and fuel pump. Beat on it a little bit. Primed it. Stuck it in some gas, hooked it ot car battery....It works.


Bike is running like a champ.


Sefoam....It smoked like a .


Thanks everyone!!!!
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