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Jump start went wrong 

Hello guys, I did something stupid. Tried to jump start my 07 600rr using my car. The car engine was off but I made a wrong hook up ( connected positive to negative instead of positive to positive and negative to negative ).

I didn’t realize the wrong hook up and I tried to start the bike but nothing happened, then I saw what I have done. Disconnected the wires, tried to start the bike …nothing. From other posts in here I understand that I should cheek the fuses …. No luck with that… the fuses ar all intact…even the 30 amp. Then I changed the battery and all the fuses ( from my friend who has a bike just like mine with a god battery )actually I exchanged everything, including the diode and the relays too …. No luck with that either. The bike is dead…. The only thing that still works is the red blinking light and the clock.
Is like the bike doesn’t recognize the key anymore ( I lost my spear key..can’t tray another key ) , What could be wrong ? …. Beside the fuses and lose wires
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Double check all of your fuses by pulling them out and examining then. If all fuses are indeed good, hook up a volt meter to your battery and see if it reads voltage. You could have damaged the internal cells in the battery . If that checks out, do you have a friend with a 07-10 600rr? Snag his ECU and see if your bike starts if so.
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Demented is right, probably fried your ECU.

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10x a lot guys for your quick replays, actually it was the main 30 amp fuse...., i didn't know where it was ( i thought that the green 30 amp fuse that was visible under the seat was the working fuse, in fact that is the spear :)) ) - you can imagine how stupid i felt when i discovered that the real 30 amp fuse is well hidden into a box like thing ( probably is the starter, i don't know ) next to the negative pol of the battery.
Well that was for me..... glad that it wasn't the ECU :)) .... this should help other newbs like me to find the 30 amp fuse :P
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haha, i bet you feel a sh|t ton better now tho dont you.

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let us know how it turns out
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^he already did
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10x a lot guys for your quick replays, actually it was the main 30 amp fuse...., i didn't know where it was ( i thought that the green 30 amp fuse that was visible under the seat was the working fuse, in fact that is the spear :)) ) - you can imagine how stupid i felt when i discovered that the real 30 amp fuse is well hidden into a box like thing ( probably is the starter, i don't know ) next to the negative pol of the battery.
Well that was for me..... glad that it wasn't the ECU :)) .... this should help other newbs like me to find the 30 amp fuse :P
I did the same thing. Had the bike stripped naked in the garage chasing electrical issues for a week before I found that 30 amp fuse. I need to buy a shop manual
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