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  1. So, I have white moist smoke/steam coming from the exhaust on start up. I will describe now. Link to video: The bike starts up with no smoke at all. After a minute or two the smoke starts to billow out the exhaust. It takes around 10+ minutes to finally dissipate. Once it has finally ceased, there is no more white smoke for the duration of operation. If the bike is left to sit for more than 10 minutes, when I restart the smoke appears again. There is moisture spitting out the cans when the bike is warming up. It has soot in it, no oil. On
  2. So, I have white moist smoke/steam coming from the exhaust on start up. I will describe now. Link to video: The bike starts up with no smoke at all. After a minute or two the smoke starts to billow out the exhaust. It takes around 10+ minutes to finally dissipate. Once it has gone away, there is no more white smoke. If the bike is left to sit for more than 5 minutes, when I restart the smoke appears again. There is moisture spitting out the cans when the bike is warming up. It has soot in it, no oil. Please add any comments o
  3. DannoXYZ and Grum, I will post again in a couple of days and touch base with how it's going. The two of you are an invaluable asset to anyone one here. I appreciate the time you've given up helping a stranger. You have restored my faith in my fellow man ..👍
  4. Ok gentlemen, there is fire. After digging and digging, we've found it. I was able to borrow a vacuum gauge. 👍 After so many floodings and flood procedures, I decided to just get all new speak plugs. They were always oil/fuel covered and had to be cleaned off. The new ones in this started some coughing and sputtering. I removed the air box again and check all the throttle bodies to make sure they were all secure. Restarting the bike it fires but wouldn't run, so went over the vacuum lines again. The map sensor hose pressure was zero, so I took the
  5. Hey mate, The fuel pump always primes and is delivering fuel to the valves. I'm sure I did mention it in the earlier threads. Regardless, the fuel pump primes and pumps fuel👍. The plugs were black and had oil/fuel on the electrodes and protrusions. I'd be assuming from flossing the engine. A couple of times now. I've come inside as it's snowing right now. 🥶
  6. Ok, thanknyou very much for clarifying that for me. I'm just pulling all the spark plugs and giving them a clean. They all spark, but just checking them all again. I do however keep draining the battery and am requiring full charges every night.
  7. From what the diagnosis so far has told me, is that there is one of these.: show loose connection, open or short in yellow/red wire, and/or loose or poor contact with the ecm connectors Am I / is the result, in taking the information from the service manual with the results observed, correct? Should I continue with the rest of the procedures? Even though I don't have a vacuum tester or a testing ECM harness.
  8. So to clarify with you Grum, Having no MIL Blinking after the first step means there are faults or are you saying there are "no" faults, i.e. this shouldn't effect it starting?
  9. Hey guys, I have done multiple flooded start procedures with no result coming from it. I don't have any vacuum tester or compression testing kits. I have started with the fuel system troubleshooting. Step 1: MAP sensor connection inspection: Turn off ignition, disconnect MAP Sensor connector, check for loose or poor connection on sensor, Reconnect MAP Sensor, place motorcycle stand down, Start engine,(obviously not firing when I do this), is the MIL Blinking? Answer: No, with the bike as is. (Yes,
  10. Hopefully we'll get lucky and find the root issue. Thank so much guys👍
  11. Ok mate, that's the next step, but it'll have to wait until the morning. It's -3° and dark now
  12. Hey DannoXYZ, I have been readimg through the manual also, but am thinking maybe there is something I've missed? To have fuel, air and spark, we should have ignition? Anything else you can throw at me I will gladly honour and do that procedure.
  13. Hey guys, As always, thank you so much for your input and time. Your helpfulness is not unappreciated. It is welcomed. Firstly, To answer your question DannoXYZ, *I have since jumpered the ECU and retrieved the error codes. *I do not have a compression gauge. I did the old school trick of placing my hand over the intakes and feeling for compression. All suck down hard and effectively. *I have a good multimeter *No, I do not have an oscilloscope 👎 wouldn't know where to start with one. Secondly, I've run through all t
  14. Hey, The spark is blue. I tested by removing the coil and using a screwdriver and the frame. Cranked the engine and observed a blue spark. Plug were done in July last year. Denso iridium.
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