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Bike fell over in wet dirt while parked,not running(on side 2hrs)

Oil, and gas leaked out completely. plugs aren't sparking now, but plugs r still good. i have heard other bikes have tilt sensors and special start-up sequences after laid over. does a 91 gsxr 750 have anything like that?

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No, your bike does not have a tip over switch.  I don't believe they were introduced until around 2000 or 2001.
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