Where does it say in this thread “ the dealers diagnosis and fix is correct and by tightening down the fuel pump”? Does sound plausible though, especially since he’s on his 3rd fuel pump!Sounds to me like the seal around the top of your tank that seals the fuel pump may have been loose. That would explain the smell under the seat and would also explain the water in the fuel (most likely from cleaning the bike). Ethanol fuel is best avoided but not likely to have caused the symptoms you described. Except for the running rich part (water will not create this condition) the dealers diagnosis and fix is correct and by tightening down the fuel pump your problem has been sorted.