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Filled up my 07 busa and now it doesnt want to

I filled up my 07 busa and now it doesnt want to start... didnt have a problem b4, filled it up with premium like normal just passed the neck of the tank... and went to start it it and it tries to start but wont catch...

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First of all you need to check your fuel pump for sufficient fuel supply and your fuel filter.If all that is ok, check for normal spark on your spark plugs.

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4. Pour a 50/50 mixture of coolant and water into the large side of the filling aid funnel. Use distilled, deionized or reverse-osmosis purified water, not ordinary tap water, which may contain salt or minerals that could contaminate the coolant.
5. Slowly fill the cooling system through the large side of the filling aid. Watch the hose connected to the bleed valve. When a steady stream of coolant comes out of the hose, close the bleed valve and continue filling to the top of the filling aid.
6. On 1993-'97 models, place a small, clean container below the end of the overflow hose. Then remove the clip from the overflow hose. Any excess coolant in the filling aid will now drain into the overflow section of the coolant bottle or into the container.
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8. Remove the filling aid from the fill neck. Make sure the filler neck and cap are clean, then replace the pressure cap on the coolant bottle.

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