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CBR 600rr Guru's HELP!!! - April 27, 2011, 07:06 PM

Ok, here's the deal. I have an 06 trackbike and it keeps cutting off. If its on the kickstand, it won't start. If i stand it upright and move it from left to right and then try to start it it will start but as soon as I lean it back over to the kickstand.............. it shuts off again. What would cause this? It has gas so the put gas in it theory is done. While the bike is leaned over on the kickstand you don't even hear the FI's prime. AS soon as I stand it upright though and shake it from side to side FI's accuate and it will start. Can someone help me with this? Seein as I have a track day next weekend, I'm thinkin a trackbike that shuts off when it's leaned over is totally worthless. Especially since it spends most of it's time leaned over.

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April 27, 2011, 07:12 PM

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Ok, here's the deal. I have an 06 trackbike and it keeps cutting off. If its on the kickstand, it won't start. If i stand it upright and move it from left to right and then try to start it it will start but as soon as I lean it back over to the kickstand.............. it shuts off again. What would cause this? It has gas so the put gas in it theory is done. While the bike is leaned over on the kickstand you don't even hear the FI's prime. AS soon as I stand it upright though and shake it from side to side FI's accuate and it will start. Can someone help me with this? Seein as I have a track day next weekend, I'm thinkin a trackbike that shuts off when it's leaned over is totally worthless. Especially since it spends most of it's time leaned over.

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Sounds like the tip over sensor is loose. I'm pretty sure it's located behind the front fairing just above the headlight. It should have 2 screws keeping it in the upright position which is marked on the sensor.
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April 27, 2011, 07:14 PM

Bank angle sensor is probably not positioned properly .. I know for my 04 600rr it was close to the headlights and I kept it in place using duct tape


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April 27, 2011, 07:31 PM

THANKS DUDE, I'm diggin the speedy response.
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April 27, 2011, 07:43 PM

Yup-- what they said. Been there lol

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