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Old 08-11-2008, 11:46 AM   #1
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Thank you to Tim & Lisa @ Ellis Performance

Special thanks again to Tim & Lisa at Ellis Performance.
Tim quickly diagnosed the issue with my fuel pump problem on the gsxr, and fixed it. Yall saved me a ton of money and tears! I know, I know, im a sissy!
But thank you both again for ANOTHER outstanding job!
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Old 08-11-2008, 12:31 PM   #3
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ummm a few things, but the only one i REMEMBER was that the tip over sensor was upside down... i hope tim will jump in here any min. and explain all of the issues... lol but it was NOT the fuel pump. thank goodness!
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the main thing was a plug under the tail section, i guess i had 2 options, the option i chose was evidently the wrong one. so after checking countless scenarios, Tim finally figured it out for us.

Thanks also to SBK Pilot, and Romeo36 for spending over an hour in the direct sunlight checking and swapping parts to find the culprit.
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You guys are ALL GREAT!
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Hi guys, U are welcome Teresa, The first problem was the connector on the right side tail panel was plugged into the wrong connector, two identical 3 pin triangle white connectors are located near each other and they were pluged into the wrong place only difference was wire color, so this supplied the ecu the correct info it was looking for to turn on the fuel pump, so that worked perfectily, but we also had a no crank issue which was the clutch switch, and after the pump coming on and the cranking problem fixed, we still had a no start issue, so after looking around I noticed the tip over sensor arrow was on the rubber boot and not the sensor itself, and then I found a notch in it was upside down, so even tho the arrow was facing up the sensor was upside down, thus the ecu thought the bike was upside down and would not allow it to start, once I pulled the sensor out of the boot and mounted it properely, wholla, it started right up, Yea success, even an old blind squirrell gets an acorn once in awhile, lol, and the bill for all this was $0.00, because I can.
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the main thing was a plug under the tail section, i guess i had 2 options, the option i chose was evidently the wrong one. so after checking countless scenarios, Tim finally figured it out for us.

Thanks also to SBK Pilot, and Romeo36 for spending over an hour in the direct sunlight checking and swapping parts to find the culprit.
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Hi guys, U are welcome Teresa, The first problem was the connector on the right side tail panel was plugged into the wrong connector, two identical 3 pin triangle white connectors are located near each other and they were pluged into the wrong place only difference was wire color, so this supplied the ecu the correct info it was looking for to turn on the fuel pump, so that worked perfectily, but we also had a no crank issue which was the clutch switch, and after the pump coming on and the cranking problem fixed, we still had a no start issue, so after looking around I noticed the tip over sensor arrow was on the rubber boot and not the sensor itself, and then I found a notch in it was upside down, so even tho the arrow was facing up the sensor was upside down, thus the ecu thought the bike was upside down and would not allow it to start, once I pulled the sensor out of the boot and mounted it properely, wholla, it started right up, Yea success, even an old blind squirrell gets an acorn once in awhile, lol, and the bill for all this was $0.00, because I can.

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YAY!!! i rode her to work today!!! i was soooo excited! did not get a chance to ride her sunday, we were very busy... seems that we are always busy.

Thank you again. i cannot say that enough. i was soo disappointed after i got her put all together and she would not start! it broke my lil heart... When Tim called me and cranked her up, i felt like a kid on Xmas morning!
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YAY!!! i rode her to work today!!! i was soooo excited! did not get a chance to ride her sunday, we were very busy... seems that we are always busy.

Thank you again. i cannot say that enough. i was soo disappointed after i got her put all together and she would not start! it broke my lil heart... When Tim called me and cranked her up, i felt like a kid on Xmas morning!
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