At an enduro race a couple weekends ago I stalled and dropped the bike on a hill. It would not start, even after cooling off.
I got towed out (damn that sucked) and tried to roll start it several times along the way. No go, the motor turned over fine, but just stuttered.
This led me to believe there is no fuel going into the engine.
Searching told me it may have been a faulty lean angle sensor. However, I got the bike to fire up a week after it happened. It ran okay in neutral, but when I put it in gear and started riding it would stutter, nearly die, come back to life, nearly die, etc.
So it looks like it could be two things -
clogged fuel filter
However, more searching showed that on FI mx bikes, a bad capacitor would cause the same issues. My battery has been taking a shit on me, would this have the same effect on a WR?
stock battery, dies very quickly under use or sitting.
or is it the backup capacitor from dropping the bike?
So, what do you think it is?
I have not been able to really work on the bike due to being at college and not having the necessary tools. I will be home shortly and would like some input.
Edited by Lumberjack450, April 29, 2014 - 07:41 PM.