thanks for taking time to help out, a buddy of mine hooked a meter to the battery terminals, and everything was running right so it's not a charging problem..so he finally came to the conclusion that its the rectifier..one way to find out, hook a multimeter up to the battery terminals and see what the voltage is while it's running. I've never seen a newer electronically controlled bike not have at least 14v at idle if it's working properly.
it should have min 14v at 5K rpm. if it doesn't, then you have a charging problem.
but since your bike turns over so easily, I don't think your bike is running off the battery. when that happens it drains the battery so far it's almost dead. and it will not turn the motor over that easy like yours does.
your idle is pulsing up and down a lot. that's an indication something isn't right with it. I'm surprised you don't have any codes on the instrument cluster.
It's not the rectifier bro. You're buddy is clueless.
What exhaust and air filter do you have on the bike? If it's all stock, check the air filter. Maybe it's filthy, or has disintegrated.oh yeah i forgot to mention that once i warm it up to about 170-180 it would stay on nomore problems, but if its under that temperature then it would stall out