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so over the winter i went to change the oil in my 2000 750. i ended up stripping out the drain plug and for some stupid reason it was left for a about two months without much oil in it. This past weekend i put in a helicoil kit, charged my battery and drained the tank and put in new gas. Went to start it up but no luck. It will turn over but thats it. So i pulled the plugs and replaced them, made sure all the wires are good, and still nothing. So i pulled the injectors to find a small amount of rust one them. I dunked them in some sea foam for a while and also added some to my gas tank and still nothing. Then today i pulled them out and tried turning it over while still connected to the fuel rail and i didnt see anything spray. so im thinking its either something wrong with the fuel pump, which does prime when i turn the key, or bad injectors. I could really use any constructive advice
 

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Do you have a shop you can trust? Some have injector cleaners but the machine is expensive but the higher end machines can also test the injectors. Or you could replace the injectors and or the pump. Inside the injector is where the cleaning needs to be done and thats not as simple as wd40 shots.

Best to remember when ever leaving your bike for a season or year of enjoying a strange land with a machine gun that you have to put fuel preservers in the tank and run it till its into injectors. It is also best to pull the plugs and spray some oil in the cylinders then reinsert the plugs. Also disconnect the battery and get the bike off it's tires. Might as well cover it with something that isn't going to hold moisture in like a sheet. I got all busy last time leaving and never prepped my bike for storage. After returning for R&R and not even trying to start the bike I just called the dealer and had them pick the bike up on a trailer and flush the whole fuel system with full service. Might be your best bet. With all the riders out there that don't ride all winter or much at all plus the guys buying somebody elses stored bikes I'd think dealers know right where to start with your problem to get a bike running quick.
 
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