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First post on the forum. I just picked up a 2006 1000rr. It only has 5100 miles on it and is a cream puff. Anyway it had been sitting for about a year when I bought it, but the gas smelled fine. Anyway I fired it up and brought it back to the shop. Cleaned the tank and put some fresh fuel in it and ran it for a few days, no problems. The other day I went to start it and it started fine, idled up then stumbled and cut off. Has not run since. This is what I have done:has fuel pressure, no injector pulse at the top injectors, the kill switch seems to be working fine as all the lights come on and go out. When I am cranking it I seem no RPM on the tach, but this may be normal. I have been in the automotive repair business for year and own my own shop so I am pretty up to date on FI and computers. Should I start checking crank signals, etc. I have read several posts that these bikes have different kill switches on them in case of a wreck, etc. Let me know what I need to do, I bought a set of plugs thinking maybe they got fouled, but when I was at the dealer he said not likely but was really not willing to help. Lead me down the right road guys. Thanks
 

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your fuel pump primes when you turn the ignition on ?
did you take the tank off of the bike to clean?
did you try spraying starter fluid in the throttle bodies to see if it starts?
 

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I have done all that. Fuel pump primes, tank is clean as a pin with fresh 93octane, spins over fine-plenty of juice, starter fluid does not work so I figure I have no spark, I know I do not have injector pulse. Does the tip over switch kill the starter or the ignition? Also someone mentioned a kick stand switch.
 

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if you wana check the kick stand switch just disconnect the stand harness use a paper clip to connect both wires and see if that helps.
 
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