Did you not try again after it stalled? If you didn't, try again, but don't use any throttle. Let the ECU work out what fuelling it wants to use to start the bike - less is more where this is concerned - you don't wanna flood the engine. Hold the starter button down for no more than 3 seconds at a time, and leave a good 15-20 seconds between tries to avoid the starter overheating, they're not really designed for loads longer than that... you don't want to have to change your starter as well!
Last edited by Speedtripl3; 02-28-2017 at 05:32 AM.