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Bike wont start

I have a 91 fzr 600 and i had it sitting on the side of the road it was running fine untill it fell over and when it fell over it landed in a ditch and was upside down for a couple of min untill someone helped me up and it didnt run for 20 min then fired up. now that ive had it home it wont start ive changed the spark plugs and checked the filter if anyone has any idea please let me know

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Check that there is not an air lock in the fuel line,set the fuel tap to"pri"for a few minutes this will take out the airlock,also check that the sidestand switch and clutch lockout switch have not been damaged

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1991 Yamaha FZR 600 fell over


Hi, Matthew # 3 & 4 are jumping up and down holding up signs that say "PICK ME" and the usual suspects are:
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My fzr wont start. I checked the air filter, it had gas in but about six months ago it fell over in a trailer so i think it may be from that. The battery is good. It just wont turn over.


My bike has fallen over many times in the driveway lol but always starts after. Was the bike stored for six months? The gas may be bad. I would drain the tank and try fresh fuel. Also check your fuel line. IT May be pinched off from the fall restricting fuel flow. Also check the fuel filter, may be clogged from old gas too.

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I have a 91 fzr 600 recently did oil change, spark plugs,didnt ride bike for 2 days then went to ride it today and wont start, thought it was the battery so i jumped it and it started but started running...


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