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Ok so I dropped my bike (2006 600rr) it took me 2 months to get the body work Molded,primed,painted and cleared. Finished it Saturday morning and dropped it hard Sunday night…. #$#% %^^$^$$. I got into some sand/salt at about 8k and it went down.

I have had it down before but never this hard. It has a new battery although it is drained now. I tried to start it at least 20 times and it killed the battery I had to push the 360 lbs a mile home. While the battery had charge everything was working gauges lights blinker, brake light, starter, horn it just wouldn’t f*&^ing start. I don’t really know **** about this stuff except for what I read on this forum.

I am thinking it is the BAS but I thought when you flipped the kill switch it reset? Anyway I did that (a lot) and it wouldn’t start now I need to get a battery charger does it matter which one I put on it? Can anyone help? PLEASE!
 

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just get a battery tender..it should charge your battery up to normal. You should use a tender anyway when your not using the bike so this is def a good time to invest in one. You can get one for prob like 30 or 40 bucks
 

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First thing you need to do is breath, CBR stands for "can be replaced", You went down, and your alive. I am in the middle of a rebuild myself, so i understand how frustrating it can get.

First thing i would do after i checked the battery is, remove the plug that is inserted in the back of the gauge. then, reinstall it. See if the bike turns on.Then make sure that the fuse is not blown.

these are a couple of easy ones that have F*ed with my head. if it's not this, were going to have to do a little more hunting.

What does it do when it does not start? Does the pump prim?

This is what the service manual ask
1 Is the fuse blown
2 is the battery in good condition
3 does the starter relay switch "click"
4 Does the starter motor turn
5 check relay coil ground wire lines
6 Is the starter relay switch operating correctly
7 is there continuity on the starter relay switch

Let us know, and good luck! :retard:
 

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Also this is what the service manual says about starter motors if it helps

Starter motor turns engine slowly
-Low Battery voltage
-Poorly connected battery terminal cable
-Poorly connected starter motor cable
-Faulty starter motor
-Poorly connected battery ground cable

Starter motor turns, but engine does not turn
-starter motor is running backwards
--a Case assembled improperly
--b Terminals connected improperly
-Faulty starter clutch
-Damaged or faulty starter drive gear, driven gear and/or reduction gear

Starter relay switch "clicks", but engine does not turn over
-Crankshaft does not turn due to engine problems
 

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Ok so I dropped my bike (2006 600rr) it took me 2 months to get the body work Molded,primed,painted and cleared. Finished it Saturday morning and dropped it hard Sunday night…. #$#% %^^$^$$. I got into some sand/salt at about 8k and it went down.
I have had it down before but never this hard. It has a new battery although it is drained now. I tried to start it at least 20 times and it killed the battery I had to push the 430 lbs a mile home. While the battery had charge everything was working gauges lights blinker, brake light, starter, horn it just wouldn’t f*&^ing start. I don’t really know **** about this stuff except for what I read on this forum.
I am thinking it is the BAS but I thought when you flipped the kill switch it reset? Anyway I did that (a lot) and it wouldn’t start now I need to get a battery charger does it matter which one I put on it? Can anyone help? PLEASE!
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but like everyone said, check the battery, relay, starter, connections, is it getting gas? fuel pump priming?
 

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ahh true, very easy to forget that one, heck it might even be the problem
 

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after the bank angle sensor is tripped, you need to turn the key off to get the bike to start. im guessing its off now so have you tried again? a good ol push start could also work to get it going. or ive also heard you can jump it with a car AS LONG AS THE CAR IS NOT ON. also, id unplug the cables before starting just to be safe. just to steal some juice.
 

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i didn't read all the replies but maybe its flooded??? if it went down "hard" then theres a good chance you flooded it and fouled out your plugs when trying to start it for 20 minutes
 
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