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my bike wont start pls help

Ok so I know am stupid for doing this in the first place. But I picked up the front end going around 30mph and fell off my bike. The right handle bar broke, the clutch cover and starter cover got beat up. My oil light came on and the engine would make a whining noise. But now the engine won't start. I really need some advice, I am broke and can't take it any where. Which means i can't get to work, to make money to take it to the shop. Oh and I forgot the radiator is leaking. It's a 2013 600rr
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Does it turn over? Do you hear the fuel pump priming? Guage cluster lights up when you turn the key?
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How do u fall off only going 30 tho?? U pick the front end up intentionally or accidentally?
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Yes it crank but won't start, I can hear the fuel pump working.the cluster work and the oil light came on. And I fell off for being a dumb ass 100% my fault , I'll just leave it at that
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Thanks in advance you guys really appreciate it
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Sounds like its something with ur kill switch if its doing all that
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I hope it is. I'll check it out and get back to the guys
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Sounds like its something with ur kill switch if its doing all that

Doesn't the fact that it cranks sort of rule out the kill switch? I'd check your spark plugs. If it cranks but doesn't stark then I'd guess its either not getting fuel or not getting spark. Since your fuel pump is priming and likely working correctly...check the plugs.
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Doesn't the fact that it cranks sort of rule out the kill switch?
Not at all. Have u ever tried starting ur bike with the kill switch flipped on?? Bike cranks n everything works as normal except that it wont start.
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Do you guys think the whining noise that came from the engine might have some thing to do with it
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my bike wont start pls help

The fuel pump won't prime if his kill switch is off. The bike will crank though.

3 things are required to start a bike. Fuel, spark and compression.

Test spark and compression at the same time, then pull it apart, pull the primary injectors off and turn the key on, the fuel pump should shoot fuel out of your primary (lower) injectors.

You can also bench test your fuel pump.

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My bike suddenly stopped starting and without wheelies or dropping it.
There's a checklist shops go by to diagnose this.
It took a few hours and two things we're left on list.
Ignition switch and ecu.
Turned out was ignition switch. My bike turned over as if it would start. But didn't.
Once ignition was replaced it started right up.
I have an 03600RR & had 5000 miles when switch Stopped working.
No warning or previous problems.
It just went bad.
Best of Luck.
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03rddenver thanks . I wish I could get it to start, so could record the noise. It was like a could of whinnng noise like some thing was rubbing, before It just shut off. Am new to bikes(this is my first one)but am sure that noise had someone to do with it
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You stated damage to the "starter" cover, did you mean stator cover, like bike went down on both sides?

If it is damaged, you could have a broken stator and/or pickup coil which would explain it all. Pics would help.

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Can any one explain how to post pictures .

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Can any one explain how to post pictures .

Go to photobucket.com. Set up an acc. Click upload, when said picture is uploaded click the img code under said picture and copy. After that you paste the img code here and your done.


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Judging from the damage looks like you dropped it on the right side and it rolled over onto the left, correct? The stator cover (not starter) on the left side looks pretty ok, but I'd still pull it to see if the stator or pickup coil is broken. The other thing I'd look at is the tip over sensor between the headlights, be sure it's still intact and pointed upright.

From there all I can say is start taking the bus because that bike is going to take serious money to fix up. I have a ton to say about insurance (why aren't you having this fixed by it), doing stupid things with your only mode of transportation, and mostly why someone would buy a 2013 CBR and not have enough money to fix it (not very mature) but I'll hold my tongue, you've learned a valuable lesson.

Seriously, it could be 100 different things. Right now according to your pics the kill switch is off, it won't start that way; figure you see that but just in case.

Good luck, you'll need it.

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Check your spark plugs and around your throttle bodies for oil and report back. Should take you 20 min.
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Is your kill switch in te run position? In the pics it's set to off.

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No oil on throttle bodies. Need a extension for a socket to check the spark plugs

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Can any tell me what that little chain is for and is suppose to be loose as he'll
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I think that is the oil pump chain and it's normal to have some slack.
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