1100 sat over winter, now won't start
Well, the title pretty much says it all. I was out of country over most of the winter, and my bike sat out in the wet British winter. I removed the battery and drained the tank.
But, now, riding season is coming back up, and I'm home and I can't get the thing to start. It turns over without issue, I can hear the fuel pump and smell fuel in the exhaust, both of which are pushing air when cranking. I took the air cleaner and air box (the thing under the tank) off and shot some carb cleaner down the intake, thinking, and it still just TURNS without starting.
Logically, I went to the ignition system next, and the carb HEATER fuse was blown, replaced it with no change. Ignition fuses are good, assuming that the 30A one above the battery and the one in the little fuse array by the tool kit are the only ones to worry about. I took the plugs out and cleaned them off, they were a bit oily, but I saw spark on them. BUT it wasn't particularly bright, although it was daylight. Just like a dim haze of blue, so I might still have an ignition problem. My next step will be to replace the plugs, but I have a feeling that it should TRY to fire more than not at all, even with a little spark.
Basically, any suggestions?