Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Fort Collins, CO
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dcope, don't get all pissed off at BLKCBR when he's trying to suggest something. Your conclusion on what's wrong with the bike might not necessarily be right either. You can definitely do a little "shaking" to the bike, it's not that heavy.
I had somewhat of the same problem with my 08 600RR a couple weeks ago. I was riding my bike to my apartment door, stalled it while making a really tight right hander, and couldn't start it up again. Turned out the engine was flooded. My bike had also been sitting for a while although I had taken it out a couple times here and there. If you can get it back to where it was almost turning over again, fiddle with the throttle and there is a chance it'll finally catch. That's what the mechanic at my dealership did and it worked.
However, seeing as how you charged the battery and there are no sounds, I'm not sure if that will work.
2008 Honda CBR600RR red/black
Intuitive Race frame sliders, Two Brothers CF exhaust, BikeLitez flushmount turn signals
2005 Kawi 636 - sold