60h on bike, I just finished cleaned the fuel injector and fuel filter before the last ride. Re-installed both, bike started right up, hot starting seemed to improve. Aside from that, and an install of a Baja Designs Squadron plug'n'play headlight, the ignition system hasn't been touched since I put in a different map when the bike was new.
Got out for an actual ride, bike died about a mile from the truck. I look down to see the pipe has melted the power cable for the fuel pump (IMS tank, cable routing is funky). I wrap it in electrical tape, secure it elsewhere, and move on.
After a couple more stops and starts, the bike won't start. I can smell gas, it has compression. I re-seat all the connectors and it fires up, with some hesitation. For the rest of the ride it seems to start OK.
Now, back at home, complete non-start. Choke in/out, throttle open a little, closed, whatever. Nothing.
I have to fly out early tomorrow morning for a work trip all week and I had planned a trip with the bike next weekend, which likely isn't going to happen unless I can identify the issue and fix it and test it Thursday evening when I get home.
So, with a limited time window, what are the items to check here? Could the short from the pipe have damaged other components in the system? For those who have gone through ignition system troubleshooting, is there a quick order of things to go through and qualify?
Thanks in advance.