Side stand is up, clutch in and in neutral. Cranks with no issues, battery and starter are solid. I will check the Injectors, i checked the pump and it was fine.I don't remember what all locks out but make sure it's in neutral, clutch in, sidestand up. Does the exhaust smell of fuel? If it sat for a long time, you may have clogged injectors. Does the cranking sound healthy, or is the battery weak?
remove from intake, remove o-rings, rig up clips so you can fire the injector (these are meant to have a very short "on" cycle, do not hold them open". rig up a method to force injector cleaner through them. I used a series of tubing and heatshrink, ultimately using the heatshrink to "seal" the spray can to the injector. A 3rd/4th hand helps to fire the can of cleaner, and the injector rapidly though you can do it solo. You should see a distinct pattern when they are properly clean. Then fire it with compressed air in the opposite direction to blow out any particulates that may be stuck in the filter. Plenty of youtube videos on DIY injector cleaning. Alternative is find an injector service. Wanting to say I paid $300 to have 8 injectors cleaned when I paid someone else to do it for my truck.Stock bike. The bike had the fuel pump serviced in September, i checked the banjo bolt up to the fuel rail and the pump ran fuel to the rail. Checked the spark plugs after cranking for a bit and they looked dry.
How would i go about cleaning out the injectors?