Fuel pressure bleed down test is a probable fail!You could carefully dead end the pump/internals against the gauge and see if loss is inside the tank.But pump deadended against a gauge/bypassing the regulator, that's about 85psi.DO NOT do that test!
If pressure/fuel is seeping from the rail/Orings etc at ~7psi/half hour as you say,you'll see and smell fuel somewhere!If not I'd say injectors seeping.Cheap Chinese still?You know....I did my research then....they have been tested by specialists!Garbage...!
OEMs will also seep when/if contaminated,that may be or may not be the problem BUT you may have coincidental problems be they vacuum leaks,dirty injectors, etc....!
Fueling 101: Cleaned and balanced injectors.Stop right there if you contemplate the pulser,all it is going to tell you is that at that milleage your OEMs most probably need cleaning and that the Chinese are/were a waste of money!
Not so sure about the lowish value of the O2 sensor? 54mV? O.O54V? But now seems to work?
Is that Booster plug still on there?I will not restart my bike/GS911 and compare data till you remove it!
TPS voltage check ASAP, stop pissing around with the software for now!And of course the Hall Sensors test.Clymer isn't that clear but 1-4 Hall sensor test is the second one, they start with the 2-3.
Hall sensor cover off, put engine at TDC and verify cam timing?Or did you do that when checking/adjusting valves?Easy to skip a cam tooth and as I intentionally did that on the exhaust,I didn't find an interference.But I certainly did not leave it like that....!
Odd compression results?I'd reverify that! A seepy fuel injector may drop enough fuel in the combustion chamber to wash off cylinder walls lube and drop the compression?Warm up engine....depressurize fuel system and try again?I did have odd readings this year,was pretty cold when I put the bike to rest after a wash.Start....2 minutes max to get it in the shop so sure ran rich for that 2 minutes.Cold compression readings were not as I like to see.10 minutes run time fixed that up.
High idle and having to push down the rail?Maybe TPS needs checking?
Should I go turn mine up once again or is what I said earlier about that not enough?
Hum....sure looks like there could also be some binding of the throttle plates?Maybe even a loose one?
I wasn't the first to find a loose plate you know and yes some binding of the plates from? Well I talked about that earlier and that's exactly why I updated my TBs to the 04s specs.
All electrical connectors verified good including the ECU?
Put that scanner away for a while!