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Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
road has 1100 curves in 95 miles.
clean the filter first like I suggested in reverse direction and see if it starts - if I am right you will see a lot of muck come out for a few seconds then blow it out with air to remove any residual water
So, problem solved. Bike is up and running.
Geoff, the second I undid that bolt, all hell broke loose. Definitely had to drain the tank. Anyways, while the tank was drained I decided to have a look at my fuel filter. Come to find out, the line from the fuel pump to the fuel filter was disconnected. I feel a little dull. Thank you guys so much for all of your help, it was greatly appreciated.
Oh, and now that there's actually fuel in the bike again, the FI light came back. Steady glowing. No codes.
FI Light - try resetting the ecu, instructions are in the manual, in saying that it sounds to me like the "loom fix" may not have been done correctly, a constant FI light with no code is usually fatal and engine won't run