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Does it really?

Hey here https://www.600rr.net/vb/showpost.php...5&postcount=84 he said that the 600rr has a fuel cut-off. I know my kawi KX250 dirtbike does, but does the 600rr have one? Imma feel retarted if someone says yes

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he might be talking about the kill switch. but there is no fuel shutoff.
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hey thanks ceph. Hey BTW, I was in navoo last weekend for the wedding. As we were heading over there we passed through a town I think called Hamilton? and then we drove along the river for about 7-8 miles into Navoo. If i remember right, thats the road that you said was a good road to ride on. Your right, that road looks like so much fun to ride. Some nice twists and striats and ups and downs. Except for the drizzle that lasted all week.
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yup, Hamilton is where i live. you went right past my house, lol. that's the road we love to ride. the one on the other side of the river in Iowa has some real nice 30MPH sweeps, that have alot of altitude changes. they are the only twisty's worth riding around here. but too many gaurdrails and nearby water.

we were at the lot in Maddy playin around before the rain Saturday. if you had taken the conable road back down to Hamilton, you would have passed right by Pete's house. we were out front of his place playin most of the day Sunday.
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The bank angle sensor does cut the fuel when the bike goes over.
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The bank angle sensor does cut the fuel when the bike goes over.
lol someone obviously didnt read the link in my original post. But thanks anyways
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lol someone obviously didnt read the link in my original post. But thanks anyways
Yeah, I did read your post, and I answered your question.
But thanks anyway.
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the linked post said he "set the fuel shut off". i doubt he kicked his own bike over, lol.
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the linked post said he "set the fuel shut off". i doubt he kicked his own bike over, lol.
Thank you ceph I was just about to say that.
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haha, but that would be funny.
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