I have been having trouble starting the bike with it only starting on one cylinder until I hold the gas open quite a bit, then it will run rough for awhile until the second cylinder cuts in. I took things apart checked spark plugs, all ok, put back together and then it wouldn't start. When doing an injector test With my GS911, I couldn't hear a thing but my wife could hear a very faint noise. After some persistence I finally got it going again on one cylinder while opening the throttle quite a bit and then the other cylinder cut in and it ran fine. So I only ran it for a few minutes and then did the injector test again. Now the injectors sound normal when tested, quite loud like a little machine gun. Waited about 10 min. and did the test again, now #2 injector is very faint again but #1 is still good. Very interesting, obviously it is #2 cylinder that is having the most trouble when trying to start it cold. Why is this happening???? I didn't even run it long enough to get anything other than the actual engine a little warm. Seems like maybe there is not enough voltage getting to the injectors, with #2 being worse, what would the cause for this be. I also put jumper cables over from my RT thinking the extra juice might help, not luck. Any Ideas? I'm not going to put up with this for long, if it starts nice when the weather is warm I will sell it I think. Problem is it is the style of bike my wife wanted.