Originally Posted by vintagerider
Unlikely that the disconnected low voltage injector control cable would ignite fuel. Not familiar with these particular QD's but all the ones I have seen would not be pushed open by objects once they are fully disconnected. If this flaw does exist then they should be discarded. The important thing is for riders to perform an inspection and to make corrections to the fuel distributor and piping.
Sparky spark between leads- not to ground - is possible for High Voltage (>100v) systems in a vacuum, Kilovolts are required to generate a spark in our atmosphere. Our ignition coils put out Kilovolts. The GS fuel injection connectors max out at 14v, it would take a short to ground while the injector was being fed volts to spark.