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Old 10-17-2011, 02:08 AM   #52
DRjoe
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Hi mate firstly take a deep breath and step away from the motorbike.
There are enough people on this forum who can help you work out what the problem is.
As a mechanic most of what your saying is hard to follow and makes no sense.

To make it easier for some one to help diagnose these problems run through the following and type the results up in a list without any other views or observations.

1. is it getting fuel? (if you can get fuel pressure reading also check that the fuel is good)
2. is it getting a spark?
3. what is the compression reading on each cylinder with throttle wide open and cranked with a very good battery?
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