Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Helsinki, , Finland
And we have a solution. It wasn't the injector, but ECU instead. Tried with used race ECU and it ran fine. Next stop is the dyno. I thought it was odd that during more or less proper storage during the winter the injector would have given up, but I guess it made sense. Now I'm more puzzled that the ECU would be faulty, since it ran just fine before the bike was dismantled, but can't argue with the results. It wasn't just that it wasn't spitting fuel, but same symptoms were noticed at the spark plug too by the plug not giving proper spark when it should have -> faulty ecu.
I know these bikes have had faulty ECUs, but mine wasn't even the original one. It was replaced back in 2005 or 2006 under warranty, then swapped to FIM ecu which never worked that well before it went toast and then we went back to the OEM replacement one with PCIII.