Had trouble getting it to start this morning....
I backed the bike out of the garage like normal this wet morning and went to push the start button and it took a couple second before it fired up, and it was running as if the choke was off, and then died after about 10 seconds. I tried again, for a couple seconds of cranking, and it wasn't starting. Although it sounded like it was trying. I pushed it back into the garage out of the rain and started looking around was thinking a spark plug wire came loose or something, but it all looked fine. I double checked the oil, which was whithin the marks, but on the lower end, so I added a touch more oil. Then cranked it again, letting it crank a little longer and it fired up, but again sounded like it was running with no choke. I let it idle and get fairly warm before trusting it out on the way to work, rev'd it and seemed fine once it had a bar on the temp gauge.
It has always fired right up (except when I pull the tank and disconnect fuel, then it takes an extra half second). I changed the oil over the weekend and did not ride Monday, Tuesday, or over the weekend. I did run it after changing the oil though, and it ran as usual.
Ideas? I'll go out and try it once it cools down.
2006 GSXR 600 - sold March 2013 (it was a sad day)
2012 Glee standard