Hi, This is my first post here normally I dive into as many other threads as I can before asking for help but I'm in a bit of a pinch here and need some help. I have a 2004 R1150GS dual spark with around 45k on it. I've had the bike for a year now and so far the only issue I've had is a weak starter which was replaced last summer. Long story short I have decided to part ways with the bike due to family and financial obligations. I'm in central Indiana so up until a week or so ago the bike was in storage in my garage with stabil in the tank and a BMW tender on the year old odyssey battery. I took it out two weeks ago to take pictures to post it for sale and had no issues getting the bike going. Yesterday I had a guy scheduled to come look at the bike in the afternoon, in the morning I got it out and it fired up fine but stalled when I went to take it out of the garage. After that I couldn't get it started so I cancelled my appointment with the potential buyer. I know I'm getting fuel as I pulled an injector to check spray which seemed fine and I can smell gas in the exhaust. I checked spark on the side plugs but cannot get any spark on either, plugs were new last spring but were black when I pulled them. Sometimes it will try to fire on the right cylinder but nothing on the left. I do think the battery may be weak so I left the charger on it overnight and tried starting again this morning with no luck. With a voltmeter I'm getting 13.5 volts with nothing on, 13.3 with the ignition on and it dropped below 6 when cranking so I tried to jump it from my truck still no firing or spark. I disabled the side stand switch last night to eliminate that but I'm stuck on what to check next. I wouldn't think it'd be a HES or stick coils since the bike started fine earlier in the day and cold two weeks ago. What do you guys suggest I check next? I don't really want to dump a bunch of money in tools or parts that may not correct the issue since I'm selling but I do want to get it going good to not screw the next guy. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!