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Question Wrecked my bike - Now it won't start. Please help!! :)

Hey there! So just over a week ago I dumped my bike on a ride with some friends going through the country side getting sideways on some turns.

Long story short I shot out of the turn going 80mph into the corner, not enough a** over the bike, and a huge under steer on my part left me in a ditch and my bike hit a pole about 20 yards from where I went off the road.

My frame is A-Okay, engines fine, whole front end is gone ie; plastics, headlights, ram duct air-in, right clip-on, start/ kill imploded - BUT NOW MY BIKE WON'T START.

Post crash my bike got mud under the seat. I removed everything from under the seat and cleaned it out using rubbing alcohol to remove any dirt or possible corrosion. Cleaned as best I could with a toothbrush, q-tips, and some isopropyl rubbing alcohol.

I went back to the accident and located my bank angle sensor (or tip-over sensor) - placed it back in the connector and did my best to balance it as best I could in reference to the stock headlight mount and "UP" arrows.

But the bike still won't start. It turns over just fine.

I will post photos.

The killswitch is still attached but the only identifiable working element on it is the starter button. I have since purchased a new right clip on with a fully functional start/ kill switch and it was just shipped to me, should be in any day now.

Please help - I am eager to ride and the mother nature is just starting to brighten the days up here in the Pacific Northwest.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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If your front end is gone. Then you might have a damage BAS senor in between the head lights


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what year is the bike?

if the kill switch is totally mangled, that could easily be the problem.


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oh it gets worse...... most of the other pics are even less professional...
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I read another thread with a means of bypassing the BAS by using a paperclip and connecting the two OUTSIDE wires together. that did not work either.

I'm hoping that's all it is, the killswitch might be stuck on kill.

It's a 2007
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Here are the photos

Before - after. If there are any that I can take that would help with the troubleshooting just let me know!

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Is the bike fuel pump priming?


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ALSO - I know this isn't the coreect thread but if anybody reading this has any spare 2007 CBR600RR parts - I AM LOOKING FOR OEM; PEARL WHITE FAIRINGS/ TANK COVER, HEADLIGHTS, RAM AIR DUCT-IN, FRONT FAIRING STAY.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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I don't beleive so: Fuel pump prime

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Is the bike fuel pump priming?
I assume the fuel pump priming sound is that first little ringing sound when i turn the key to on and the kill switch to the run position.

I don't hurt it doing that now that I think of it..

Should I remove the intake and check the injectors?
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ohhh man sory to hear that bro. but glad that you ok though (considering how fat you were going). well, i have a subframe if you ever need one ma friend...lmk.
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Definitely check your tip over sensor. When i brought my battered 2011 home, it wouldn't start, took me about 2 days to realize it was the tip over sensor in the middle of the headlights.

Check if it is still there even!
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man you F*ed that bike up...but yes that buzzing when you first turn your key is the fuel pump priming if you dont hear that noise then you have no fuel and it will def never start

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ALSO - I know this isn't the coreect thread but if anybody reading this has any spare 2007 CBR600RR parts - I AM LOOKING FOR OEM; PEARL WHITE FAIRINGS/ TANK COVER, HEADLIGHTS, RAM AIR DUCT-IN, FRONT FAIRING STAY.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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I have pearl white fairings. I might sell them for the right price.

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buy em their in great shape i almost did but came across a full bike

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Photos and pricng please?

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I have pearl white fairings. I might sell them for the right price.

Pics and pricing please!
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UPDATE - BAS sensor is on. Checked starter fuse relay (switched out with the extra fuse attached.

Attached headlights due to a post I read that stated I may need the headlights on for some sort of safety measure that doesn't allow the bike to run without them attached??

Anyways - still no luck. I have purchased a new BAS sensor in hopes that this, along with the new right clip on with the start/ kill switch may be the issue.

in the interim of that, does anyone know if there is anyway to bypass the killswitch?

I will post what is left of mine... there might be enough to work with.


THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE SUGGESTIONS!

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ohhh man sory to hear that bro. but glad that you ok though (considering how fat you were going). well, i have a subframe if you ever need one ma friend...lmk.

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Sorry to hear about the accident, glad to hear ur okay... Hopefully u get the bike up and running soon... sorry i dont have any advice on fixing ur problem have no clue what may be wrong...

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No front end = no BAS...

You need to make sure the wiring that is left in the front end is in ok condition, then bypass the bas.

You should also check the rest of the harness and switches to make sure they haven't been damaged.
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