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start with checking the tipover sensor under the seat (subframe) check kickstand safety switch also ? start there ! These 2 things are messed with first thing on a stunt bike !

More info would help ? When it DOES start does it take alot of cranks or fire right up ?
 
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Oh and change up that oil pickup right off if you can find a stuntex one !
 

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Pop ur tank up and check ur wires to the pump, it may have vibrated loose or be frayed. or pulled loose by rerouting wires or mounting cages or just droping the front wheel down hard ?
Good luck ! Ill stick with the thread and see what happens. I have owned dozens of these gixxers 750's and 1,000's but same shit ! lol
 

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It's gotta be some stupid sensor. Everyone at gixxer keeps telling I can't just delete the safety switches. I think there a bunch of useless squids that can't ride. Can I delete the clutch side stand and tip sensor. I know the tip sensor is killing my bike when I bring it up a little high.
 

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those sensors can be disabled in a matter of a few min each ! no issues, except safety and thats a matter of opinion .
Although Now it DOES sound like a conector to the fuel pump at the tank, ignition, or the pump is on it's last leg. They do go out in these often.

turn ur key on and off listening for the pump to prime and mess with the conectors at the same time to see if you can make it act up !
Good luck brah !
 

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Clutch/Neutral safety switch. When it doesn't start try jiggling your clutch handle up and down while pulled in. If the sensor is iffy then it'll find a position where it's happy and it'll fire up.
+1. This was my first thought along with tip over sensor.
 

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I know it's not the clutch switch it's gotta be the tip or sidestand. Cause the clutch would let the bike prime and get ready to fire and it don't do that. But it's killing me so I'll be bringing the bike in the kitchen today to see what I can find.
 

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Ok first off why do girlfriends hate it when they come home and see this



So I pulled the lower plastics off and like 3 or 4 connections weren't snapped together touching but not locked in. Snapped them together and boom gone for now. Lol sorry I feel so stupid now should have looked at it first.
 
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