Your profile doesn't note where you live, etc., this is actually very useful info when trying to assist you (or any other member). But I'm inferring you're in dear old Blighty since you referenced the Pound
, as in Sterling. First off, dump the fuel, all of it! Fill with fresh stuff... hopefully with non-ethanol.
It also helps us
if we can get a rough grasp of your mechanical aptitude. Plus, a general notion of your spanners, etc. When you do get it running don't rap on the throttle... at least until you are supremely confident that your baby if healthy.
It very well may serve you to run a compression test
on all four cylinders
. The photo of your new
spark plug pains me.
You also might wish to tap Rivers
on the shoulder and run this past him He's our resident Yoda/Obi-wan/curmudgeon
. Don't waist his time if you go this route, he does not suffer fools kindly: "... There is do, or do not, there is no try... ". Include all meaningful photos to further your cause. Tell him in concise detail exactly what you've done/not done. BTW, DETAILS ARE IMPORTANT. The sounds and smells your 636 is experiencing, etc.
Meet your new best friend: http://support.bazzaz.net/service_ma...ZX636C1_C6.pdf
Also, for the rest of the peanut gallery
l offers up their 360°
that one can run on a regular basis. I will warn about the smell; it wafts a peculiar scent... from the can's tip (not the bottle). There's a curious bit of chemistry involved.
And in the future, if you don't ride regularly - every couple of weeks, or so - you should use Stab-Bil
in your fuel system as directed. And quite literally keep the tank filled
, you want as little air in your tank as physically possible.
Good luck, mate. And do keep us posted on your progress.