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There is a kit available thru ebay or your local motorcycle parts store/dealer (via Tucker Rocky or Parts Unltd). It's an aftermarket kit. it has all the instructions with it to remove the AIS and plug the head.
BUT BEWARE!! You can break the pipe/plug port if you do the procedure incorrectly! If you have to use any more force than light tapping on the plug driver, STOP, remove the plug and correct the problem (which is normally metal build-up on the plug for insert the plug crooked). If you try to force the plug in, you will surely cause damage to the port.
First check to make sure that gas is good and that filters are not plugged. (I had this problem w/ my truck and it was "crumb" in the line that clogged before filter)
Also check any vacume lines. It sounds like a pressure problem and may be a pressure regulator.(may be electrical or mechnical or vacume)
I am not too hip on FI but on this forum there are several people try to contact Wrider or Sev, but check the simple stuff first.
Remove, shorten, replace. Do not just remove. Or, there is a pre-shortened (invisable) aftermarket splash guard available.
It's a quite simple operation but do not attempt any modifications or repair w/o a shop manual. I've had very good luck obtaing shop manuals by typing in the search box of www.yahoo.com:
Suzuki Bandit 600/1200 shop manual repair manual