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Watterson405

2011 yz450f. Help needed

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I picked up a used yz450f yesterday. The bike was a JGR factory bike. Started first kick when I tested it. Seemed like a quality bike. Got home late so I didn't try starting it. This morning I tried started it for the first time and it started first kick. I was letting it idle and warm. It ran for about 45 seconds and then shut off. It wouldn't start again. Almost like when a carbureted bike has the gas turned off. I've been kicking and trying different things all day. My foot is bruised from kicking so much... anyone else have a problem like this? I replaced the fuel and made sure there was a spark. I'm following the proper start procedures. It won't even bump start. Any help is appreciated.

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I don't have a programmer. I just got the bike yesterday. And I assume it has pressure. The bike smells flooded as soon as I start kicking it

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try turning the idle up a little

Tried that too. No luck. I'm thinking about just dropping it by a local shop to see what they say.

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Are you giving it any throttle while kicking it?

No I'm actually not even touching the throttle. I'm grabbing the bar next to the throttle just to be sure I don't accidentally give it any gas

is it getting spark?

Yes it is. Strangely enough.

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Is it coughing or anything?

Absolutely nothing. I've given up on working on it myself. I think it has to be something electrical. I'm sending it in first chance I get this week. Thanks for the help anyway guys.

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Did you ever find out what was wrong?

Yes I did and I'm still laughing and crying at the same time as I think about it. I had a friend of mine tell me if there was a spark the 2 different times I tested the plug. There was no spark... All of that trouble and it turned out to be a plug.

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