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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Previously on my bike is F'd

Went out for small cruise, heard large pop power died. Battery blew. Jump started, spit and sputtered for a hundred feet then completely died.

NEW PARTS:
So far I've changed the R/R to a MOSFET one.
CDI box.
Battery
Relay box next to fuzes($3 part has lots of wires going to it might get lucky)

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Today I worked on the bike was hoping new parts I just installed would fix bike. Spoiler no. However upon first crank of trying to turn on she came alive for 30 seconds. I had rolled the throttle to all the way open figured she was flooded, from trying to crank it previously. Boom she was on, saw 5k and let off the throttle gotta let the oil move before I start the -insert GGEETT IT GGGGEEETT IT meme.- Upon letting go of the throttle bike died. After that I took the coils out and checked the parts the coils are attached to for power and ground and it's got both. But here's the kicker a good sparkplug hooked up and grounded Is showing no spark in both front and rear cylinders All wiring I've checked, has checked out according to multi meter/ book. Stater is good and power is going through bike. Please help 馃啒
 

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Have you taken out and checked all the fuses?
 

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Check the Clutch lever Safety switch and the side stand switch.
 

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Got the bike to start again briefly had to hold the throttle open saw some smoke and shut it off, smoke was coming from the exhaust tried to start it again and now I'm getting a click and then a whine if I hold the starter
 

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Upon closer inspection I have found fuel all over the bottom of the block perhaps it's flooded.
 

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Make sure the engine oil has not got contaminated with fuel?

Once checked try shorting the starter relay with a heavy duty screwdriver with an insulated handle. Keep the battery well charged whilst diagnosing.
 

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Upon closer inspection I have found fuel all over the bottom of the block perhaps it's flooded.
Remove the oil fill plug and take a sniff. If it smells like gas, don't try starting it until you change the oil. also, this means that your problem is fuel related and not electrical.
 

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External gas is certainly a sign of carb trouble. Bad needle/seat or stuck float likely culprits. Buy carb kits and do the whole job.
 
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