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That's a ton of work, and unfortunately plenty of things to go wrong along the way.

I think I'd try a shot of Starter Fluid to see if the engine will "pop" - confirming at least you have spark.

Open each TB and give it a quick shot - not too much. Make sure the battery is fully charged.

As IW noted - check that you have fuel pressure. Possibly a fuel pump issue. Note that many aftermarket pumps will flow fuel but not supply adequate pressure.
 

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The starter fluid does make it run for a second or two. Im assuming an aftermarket pump would pressurize enough to at least idle the bike, but i cant test the pressure unfortunately.
If you have an aftermarket fuel pump, it is most likely the problem from what I have seen.
 
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