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Can't start bike after stalling, temp guage reads 227

Im a noob and got a couple questions.

Bought a blue cbr a couple months ago. This happened to me a few times especially today, I'm in stop and go traffic, temp guage is reading 227. I stall the bike, then I can't restart it, until the the temp is below 200. Anyone no what the problem is?

Also what damage could you do if you jump start a bike with a car?

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you might be having a problem with your battery...i heard that it was a prob with some cbrs that it wouldnt start til the fan turned off which is usually under 220.....so maybe the fan and lights on together eating too much juice to start your battery....anyway just something i had read before might be the cause...
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Jump starting a bike can kill your charging system not a good thing best bet is to buy a trickle charger.
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Once the engine and starter gets "heat soaked" this will happen as the tolarances shrink and tighten up. Motorcycle batteries also suck...lol. The battery loses power when they gt really hot.

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Happened to me on a couple occassions. I'm in stop & go traffic all week now, so with the combination of my lights, fan and high temp of the engine it drained the crap outta my battery. I picked up a Battery Tender and now make an effort to fully charge my battery every couple of months now. Plus I try to remember to shut off my high beam when the fan kicks on.
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I'd get an R6
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I'd get an R6
Go away troll.

Anyways,
When the bike gets too hot it wont start. You can push start it, do not jump start with another cars battery. Just push the bike up to 5-6mph in gear (hold clutch in obviously while getting up to speed) then pop the clutch and she'll start right up.

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When bum starting, try 2nd or even 3rd gear is better for easier starting.

Just my $0.02
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I was being serious. My RR **** on me a handfull of times, and my track R6 has ran smooth since birth. Now I'm upside down and stuck w/ a POS. I hated Honda as soon as they abandoned the 954, and should have said FU back to 'em. Same issue.... with stalling and running like it has molasis in the tank.
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if its an 03-04, search for rectifier posts. its probably that.

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its a honda 'safety' system.

the temp that your gauge reads is the oil temp. your block temp is different.

when your block gets to a certain temp, the computer shuts it down and only to start back up when it cools down considerably.

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if its an 03-04, search for rectifier posts. its probably that.
I agree. It's the R/R or the battery or BOTH. Have them tested or buy an '04 model R/R and have the battery tested. The R/R is easy to replace.

When the charging system is working properly there is no problem with running everything on the bike. Mine has run with the high beams on for over 17k miles without an issue.

As far as jumping your bike, the car Voltage is the same (12v) but the Amperage is much higher and will fry your system.



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R-6's suck!

R-1's are a different story. . .
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I was being serious. My RR **** on me a handfull of times, and my track R6 has ran smooth since birth. Now I'm upside down and stuck w/ a POS. I hated Honda as soon as they abandoned the 954, and should have said FU back to 'em. Same issue.... with stalling and running like it has molasis in the tank.
If you have the RR and Honda so much why do you even come to the forums and this site?

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I recently posted the same problem and I'm waiting to get a r/r (rectifier/regulator). I JUST came home from work from moderately slow traffic (almost stop and go), and my temp was about 225, no h/b on. I stalled it once and when I started it, it had that slow turning over sound and I was like, "I KNOW THAT sound..." I literally JUST got a new battery. I got home and took it out of my bike and hooked it up the charger (charging right now). I'll get the r/r and see how it works out. Although, I looked at my 2003 r/r and the difference between a 2004 or 2005 r/r is a different mount plate (some have called it a heat shield), but the r/r itself, I imagine would still face the exhaust manifold and still be exposed to a lot of heat. I'm thinking I need to do a load test and see if it ain't the stator. It can only be two things at this point, since my battery is brand new and fully charged!

Let me know what you do and how it works out and if anyone else has gone through it, what has your experience been?

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If you have the RR and Honda so much why do you even come to the forums and this site?
I assume have = hate.
I don't hate Honda, just the POS 6RR. I came here for maintenace know-how. I didn't know that a complete stranger's insults would offend you. For that I apologize and withdraw my statement. The 6RR is a great bike. I'm done here, young'en.

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I assume have = hate.
I don't hate Honda, just the POS 6RR. I came here for maintence know-how. I didn't know that a complete stranger's insults would offend you. For that I aplogize and withdraw my statement. The 6RR is a great bike. I'm done here, young'en.

You are a donkey.

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aplogize = apologize

If you are going to make fun of people, do it somewhere else. Have you ever actually ridden a motorcycle? Strike that, please don't post on this site again.
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R-6's suck!

R-1's are a different story. . .
yeah R'6s looks so retarded , the front looks like a spastic ant
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How embarassing??
I fixed it, thank you kindly.
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yeah R'6s looks so retarded , the front looks like a spastic ant
You're right it does, however, it's not really a concern to me. I purchase bikes due to comfort, reliabilty, weight, agility, stability, and price. However, I guess looks are still important to the kind of people still watching Saturday morning cartoons.

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Buy replacing the battery your only treating the symptoms. You need to replace the R/R and the battery (if needed) at the same time.

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if your going to jump your bike off a car you need to have the car off you will destroy the whole electrical system. and if your going to pop start it do it in 2nd like someone already said. ive had to do it a few times ill put my biek away frm ridding and ill go back out a day or two later and the battery will be dead it has only happend twice but still enough to piss me off haha
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This can also be your Voltage Regulator, I guess this happends alot with 03-04 600RR's because the regulator is 2 close to the headers.
05 600RR Regulators are more insulated to avoid this problem but will still fit in 03-04 600RR's.
Don't take my word for it cause I Rd. this in another forum.
I hope this helps and good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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whoa dude, you responded to a 3 year old thread. good effort..lol

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