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2006 GSXR 600 Crank but wont start. Fuel pump? RR / Stator? SOLVED!!

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Hi guys, new to the forum here. Seems like an active forum so I thought id post here to see if i can find some answers.

Anyway, I've replaced the original stator & rectifier a few years ago with ricks motorsports bought brand new and rode for at least 1000 miles. The bike started up and ran fine until one day she died on me. Check the connectors for the rectifier/stator both plastic connectors were burnt. I used wire nuts to connect to the oem connectors(old ones) Since then the bike have been sitting for at least a year. All the fuses and including the fuse on the relay is good. Bought a new battery recently and tried to the start but it didn't want to start. I sprayed some carb cleaner into the throttle bottle to see if it would fire and it did for a second while revving the throttle. I'm thinking it can be the fuel pump out being rusted? Is it possible that the rectifier / stator went bad when the connectors melt? If anyone has any input please let me know. what the issue could be. Check the youtube link to see a video of my bike.

Thanks in advance. RIDE SAFE
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Lots of threads on here about your exact problem. Google will show more posts here.
Service Manual goes through each system step by step.
OEM Stator and RR are the best parts to use and have been upgraded over the years.
Burnt wires mean new RR and or Stator.
SUZUKI GSX-R750 SERVICE MANUAL Pdf Download | ManualsLib (y)
Thanks for your input. Will definitely order some new ones soon.
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Here’s a follow up so I replaced the stator and rr and bike still won’t start- I’m going to take out the fuel injectors and spark plugs for cleaning. Hopefully that helps. New battery, new stator, new rectifier, cleaned fuel pump assembly yet the bike isn’t turning over. Any help is appreciated!! Thanks
This bike has been a money pit. Anyway the tank itself was a little rusty, I cleaned it out and added new fuel. I think the fuel pump is priming, when I unplug the gas line from underneath the tank, gas is shooting out from the connector that's attached to the tank, this happens when I turn the key to the on position while pressing the red killswitch . The fuel injectors checks out good, all are firing. I checked all fuses including the main 30A fuse that's connected to the switch relay. I'm not sure what else it could possibly be. Going to check out the spark plugs/ fuel coils next. Thanks for the help @craigfer63
Problem solved!! Replaced my spark plugs and bike started right up. Thanks for the helps/views 😅
The Workshop Manual has a fuel flow test. I listened carefully to your vid and I think I heard the fuel pump prime.
Now looking at the dash I see you have an FI on the screen. You need to put it into Dealer Mode to get the C code.
A good thread here.
Thanks! FI light came on because my intake was unplugged
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