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HELP 07 cbr wont start

ok i have an 07 cbr600rr. i took it out for a ride and when i got my destination i hit the kill switch and a second later when i tried to start it back up it wouldnt. i think it might be the r/r. I have 12,xxx miles on it. Any answer why it wouldnt start?
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Dumb question, but did you put the kill switch back in the run position?
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Yea i put it back in the run position. when i put it in the run position i didnt hear that like winding sound it always makes.
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That noise is the fuel pump priming, don't know what could have disconnected that from just hitting the kill switch

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is the batt. fully charged? did you check the fuses? and whats an r/r?



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and whats an r/r?
Regulator Rectifier.

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did you possibly try to crank the motor while it was priming?
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Does it turn over with the same speed/sound as before? If not, its probably the battery. There have been a number of guys with crapped out batteries on the '07/08. Otherwise the next easiest thing is to check fuses and the kick stand switch.
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Regulator Rectifier.
noob question, but whats that?



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it might be the battery cuz my bike has been sittin in my garage for a couple weeks.
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it might be, when my bike was dead it was just the batt. now that its good again i got it on a battery float.



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my 07 had a battery problem as well
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noob question, but whats that?
it rectifies and regulates the current coming from the alternator, keeping it even(or almost even) when the revs go up (instead of sharply shooting up). so, it keeps all electrical components from getting fried.

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it rectifies and regulates the current coming from the alternator, keeping it even(or almost even) when the revs go up (instead of sharply shooting up). so, it keeps all electrical components from getting fried.
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