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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2007, 01:10 AM Thread Starter
 
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Bike sometimes turns off when im riding?

Hey i was riding around my area today and the bike sometimes turned of for no reason. I didnt stall the bike it happends sometimes when i have my clutch all the way in. Other times when im in gear riding.

What can it be?

Over heating? it runs at 100 degrees (212 F)
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It is not due to over heating. Sounds like an electrical problem to me or perhaps the CPU.

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are you riding with a buddy? is he hitting your kill switch when you are not looking? lol

really tho, sounds electrical, maybe the tilt sensor?

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yeah, my bike stalled on me one time and i had trouble starting it back up
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212 for temps is good
250 i think is when the temp gauge starts to flash so you have a long way to go there.

check all the circuits for the kill switch
like the clutch switch, kickstand, kill switch itself and make sure there is nothing wrong there.
i saw a loose kickstand once cause a bike to shut off because it would bounce up and down enough to activate the kill circuit.

since you said it would do it with the clutch pulled in though, it is probably the BAS. any MIL lights
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Is your bike stock or do you have a power commander
installed ?



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Well recently it hasnt turned of so everything must be good.

Just went to the dealer this morning to get a new battery.

When riding up there and back home didnt die on me once.
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Ya its stock
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Ok so we can rule out a power commander issue



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had this problem, my battery cable wasn't on tight.
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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-23-2007, 02:57 PM
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Check your idle. If it is set to low it will do that same thing. I had that happen to me a while back.:01_thumbu
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whats the power commander have to do with it ?will it cause overheating?
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Its your buddy riding next to you flipping your kill switch my buddy did that to me while i was riding on the tank what a douche face he is.

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-23-2007, 09:22 PM
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Kick stand safety switch, neutral safety switch, poor battery connections.
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