Hello all, I am not a mechanic, but know my way around bikes. I was at a track day this past Monday and my 2001 r6 bucked on me at 90mph, I looked down and notice the oil light was flashing and the temp guage read 280 then flashed HIGH...HIGH....HIGH so I squeezed in the clutch , pulled over and took it back. The bike would not start after that. I would turn the bike on with the kick stand up and the clutch pulled in, the lights would work, but when I hit the starter button you would hear a click and the lights would shut off. I waited a day to let the battery charge and went for it again, now the starter button does not do anything. After reading I noticed that the Startup Control Cutoff Circuit (SCCR) could be the problem, along with the Starter switch. I tested continuity in the SCCR for the circuit, ignition, starter, and fuel pump. Everything checked out but the fuel pump. The Starter Switch relay passed the continutity test as well. I went to test the fuel pump by applying 12v strait to it and I got nothing. Now linking thsee two issues together leads me to believe I got a bad fuel pump. My question is, If the fuel pump is bad, would the SCCR stop the bike from cranking? Furthermore, since the fuel pump test failed on the SCCR does this mean I should replace the SCCR as well as the pump, or just the pump? Has anyone experienced this problem with a 99-02 Yamaha R6 Before?