Problems with Kill Switch

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Old 09-05-2013, 09:01 AM
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I have a 06 600rr track bike and was out last weekend and had an issue. After coming off my last session. The bike was extremely hot due to the 100 degree air temp outside I was going to putting it on the trailer, started it and then stalled the bike going up the ramp. After the stall. The display doesn't turn on when the kill switch is clicked to start or just the green light on the left and the red oil light on the right turn on and I get the clicking of the fuel pump like the battery is low(I just put in a new battery and it was fully charged) and the bike won't turn over. When I click the kill switch to the off position, the display reads normal and cycles normal but shuts down when you turn the kill switch to the start position.

I've really haven't trouble shot the problem yet (thinking it's a loose connection or a short in the wiring somewhere).

Anyone have anything like this happen before or any suggestions. Thanks!
 
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:59 AM
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Turns out it was the battery. Tested fine with Multimeter and battery tender, but voltage would would die when loaded. After a lot of test of other electrical stuff, finally switch batteries and presto. Battery was only 8 months old and no issues before this to give warning. Fortunately the warranty covered the new one.
 
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