now she is sputtering alot on cold mornings (never done this before), one day she started blowing white smoke only when I cranked her up and let her idle, once warm no smoke what so ever.
White smoke is usually coolant in the combustion chamber. Probably due to a blown head gasket.
Blue smelly smoke is usually due to oil in the combustion chamber.
Black smoke is due to an overly rich mixture.
Any of these can lead to a fouled spark plug, and things will get better (temporarily) with new plugs. (As they have for you.)
My thought is a clogged injector, or a injector that is giving her too much fuel.
A clogged injector wouldn't normally be intermittent. (It might get better for a time if you run some injector cleaner through the tank.)
It is very rare for an injector to run rich. Though the fuel may be poorly atomized. Is there a lot of carbon on used plugs?
I sincerely doubt that you have a fuel injector problem.
Is it poss to pull the injector off and clean it myself? that was my real question.
No, it takes special expensive equipment to do the job correctly. However, it is an easy job for a shop with the equipment to do the job, so it shouldn't be too expensive to have a shop do it.
If I do end up having to replace it anyone know of a cheap place to get some?
I'd do some other testing first. For instance, I'd try changing the plugs again. Does that help? If so, the problem probably isn't an injector.
put a screwdriver down the oil filler hole (with the bike OFF, of course), and then look at the oil, and even smell it. It is full of water? Does it smell like coolant?
Put a sheet of wood or something else in front of the exhaust when it is smoking. What is on the sheet? What does it smell like?
I suspect that you will end up having to replace the head gasket on the problematic cylinder.