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My 94 gsxr750 wont start it is getting fire the inside of the gas tank looks new no rust. when turning over the engine it dont even sound like it is hitting on anything like the timing is off..i checked spark splugs two of them had a little bit of oil on them

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It needs spark, fuel and air to run. First check all the spark plugs are firing. If they are you could try spraying some carb cleaner in the air filter. If the bike starts up briefly doing this it means you must have a fuel delivery problem.

Oil on the spark plugs is a bad sign. If the method above returns no results the next step would be testing the compression on each cylinder. This requires a special gauge which is relatively inexpensive and easy to use. Hopefully one of these will give a clue as to what is going wrong.

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Next, remove the carbs and disassemble for cleaning. I would spring for carb rebuild kits but only if it looks like the carbs can be saved. Often, abused carbs just need to be trashed and replaced. If you have never balanced and syncronised four carbs you are in for a very frustrating day. I am serious here > keep a fire extinguisher handy.

It's likely that the cost of fixing the bike will be more than the bike is worth, especially if you pay the dealer to do the repair. Your bike is 27 years old and most dealers will not work on anything more than 10 to 15 years old. Parts availability is a problem as well. Even if you get it running, what shape is the gearbox in? Are any of the shift forks bent? Is the clutch operational? This bike is a total shot in the dark and a risky investment at best.

I hate to be the person to tell the bad news but I would hate it more to see you put money and time into lost cause. I have the tools and experiance to fix bikes > I wouldn't want to touch this one. Best wishes anyway.

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