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Old 04-04-2009, 11:20 PM   #1
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f4i problem need help

ok i laid my bike down on the side from landing a stoppie sideways and it just wont crank anymore.

i checked my fuses they were all good.
wiring is ok.
relays are good.

when i turn the key it turns on and fuel pump comes on
so i push start it and it won't even crank..

whatelse do i check?
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tip over sensor?
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Old 04-05-2009, 05:37 AM   #5
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If the fuel pump is coming on it's not the bank angle sensor.

A bike has to have 4 things to run:
Air, fuel, compression, and ignition.

If the fuel pump is coming on / pressurizing the rail, yet the bike won't start, pull the air box and make sure it's not full of oil from your get off.
While you're there, pull the plugs and make sure they look o.k. and check spark.

Post up what you find.
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Old 04-05-2009, 11:38 AM   #6
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Engine could be vapor locked. Easy fix by taking the plugs out and allowing the engine to crank over a few times to blow everything out.
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if it is hyrdolocked leave the bike on the 12 bar for a few minutes after 10 minutes or so try to turn the motor over.


*the bike will smoke alot after doing this and you will need a new air filter anyway
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pull a plug and see if it fouled cause im sure you havent done the clean air mod, oil in the air box like they stated about...clean it!
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Dropping it wouldn't cause it to foul a plug. Let alone 4 of them at once. The fall could have knocked the magnets loose in your starter...
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Dropping it wouldn't cause it to foul a plug. Let alone 4 of them at once. The fall could have knocked the magnets loose in your starter...
bullshit...you've never dropped a bike hard i suppose..i've wrecked bar tricks and had a motor vapor lock on me.
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I understand vapor locking. But I've raced motocross for 4 years and never fouled a plug from a hard wreck. And i've had more than my share on 2 and 4 stoke bikes. But hey, im just starting out in the lots. Guess I could still be learning.
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When you fell over the tip over sensor could have got stuck on either side.!
It happoned to my friend. We had to jiggle and hit the sensor a few times and the ball in the sensor came lose.
Im not shure where your tip over sensor is?
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The F4I tip over / bank angle sensor is in the upper fairing, right by the nose, BUT if the fuel pump is priming the sensor is good.

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i dont have tip over sensor, i took it off. but i barely gotten to the bike, been busy but i checked the airbox and its not full of oil. and im gonna go check the plugs and everything else today
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its not full of oil yet becuase its all in your cylinders. Btw I have alot of f4i parts for sale if you need any
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i dunno how to do all of this someone come over and help me ill give you a dollar
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