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07-16-2019 05:56 AM
HAndHEldJEsuS Hummm have you checked your neutral switch? It’s right by the fuel pump. I bet your stater cutoff relay is going out. Does it jus cut like you hit he hill switch or sputter and die?? Also when you try to start it back up does it sound weak like the battery is low? It could be ignition switch. Is it original or a china reproduction garbage?? Btw here that pic sorry I’ve been busy!!! This is jus temporary
07-14-2019 10:00 AM
Jas125 Hi guys, still having the cutting out issue when coming to a stop i put in to neutral then in to 1st and cuts out! So frustrating! What else could i check? Or what could it be? Fuel pump? Ignition switch? Neutral switch? Coil packs? Bad wiring somewhere down the line from previous owner's!

Or could this be a internal engine problem?
07-13-2019 08:18 AM
HAndHEldJEsuS It’s a gen 1 so it don’t have a lean angel switch. But to bypass the kick stand switch and/or clutch switch jus pull the two wires off and connect them together and I’ll will take a pic as soon as I get back home!!! The way I bypassed my stand switch is jus unplugged it for the harness and then took a small piece of copper wire strip it all the way to wire then shoved the wire into the connector on the harness. Bypass it and get rid of unnecessary wire that goes from switch to harness!!! I’ll post a pic as soon as I get back home
07-13-2019 07:52 AM
Jas125
Re: Cutting Out Issue

Where is this lean angle sensor situated and what does it look like? Cheers
07-13-2019 07:41 AM
Intuit
Re: Cutting Out Issue

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Originally Posted by Jas125 View Post
.......... When it starts again i put in to gear and it cuts out? ..............
Test lean angle sensor, as well as sidestand switch.
07-13-2019 07:19 AM
Jas125
Re: Cutting Out Issue

Update- found the switch I've taken it off as i want to by pass it but the bike still starts and when put in to gear when the switch is off? Surely this isn't right?
07-12-2019 11:44 PM
Jas125
Re: Cutting Out Issue

HAndHEldJEsuS- do you have a picture of what it looks like? Just so i know I'm looking at the right thing here. How do i by by pass that to? Cheers!
07-12-2019 05:13 PM
HAndHEldJEsuS Clutch switch. It’s ran by same relay your side stand switch is. Right by your clutch leaver l, you can bypass that bitch too!!
07-12-2019 03:23 PM
Jas125
Re: Cutting Out Issue

Hi guys, im back! I thought i sorted the problem but i haven't �� it's not the side stand switch so my only guess would be fuel pump? But for someone reason when i got to start and put in gear it cuts out?
07-11-2019 01:24 PM
HAndHEldJEsuS You prolly got it. The bike will run without fuel pump pumping cause of gravity, but it wouldn’t be able to keep up with fuel needs and eventually sputter!! It could also be the ignition switch, but I’m pretty sure you got it. Be glad you figured it out. I bought a CDI unit because of this damn switch!!! I have the one plug which cost 250 minimum!!! Bypass that bitch that’s what I did, but I have bent my stand since bypassing. It also caused me to Run off the road when I went to lean into a turn with stand down!! As long as you ain’t a forgetful dumbass like me you’ll be ok!!!
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