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post #11 of 30 Old 11-26-2012, 10:04 AM
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OP, did you do any mods? or it's completetly stock? how many miles you have on it?
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post #12 of 30 Old 11-26-2012, 10:23 AM
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happened once with my 2011 CB1000R, in my case the battery was diying.. eventually its dead on a traffic light and i had to tow my bike home. once i change the battery problem fixed.
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post #13 of 30 Old 11-26-2012, 11:55 AM
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...in my case the battery was diying...

That's a possibility I was attempting to troubleshoot with the OP in his other thread - he very well *could* be suffering from a bad battery.

He has yet to reply back in that thread, see here: Battery die in cold weather .


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That's a possibility I was attempting to troubleshoot with the OP in his other thread - he very well *could* be suffering from a bad battery.

He has yet to reply back in that thread, see here: Battery die in cold weather .

SOrry. Just replied
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OP, did you do any mods? or it's completetly stock? how many miles you have on it?
All I have are HIDs and a GPS system

I have about 5300 miles on the bike
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I checked the battery connections and everything is tight
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It does sound like it could likely be an electrical problem. I had a mini cooper with a bad ground wire on the battery do the same thing. Also, I had a bad crank position sensor in my STI once and it would cut out, shudder, and sometimes just die the instant it hit 4k rpm. If the battery connections aren't the issue, I'd take it in for warranty repair. Good luck!
Bringing it to the dealer is my next option. The bike ran fine today.
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SOrry. Just replied
Just saw the reply & wrote back.

Maybe the shop can help further troubleshoot these issues you are having since you seem to have already went through most of the basic/usual suspects on the troubleshooting list - g'luck !
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Just saw the reply & wrote back.

Maybe the shop can help further troubleshoot these issues you are having since you seem to have already went through most of the basic/usual suspects on the troubleshooting list - g'luck !
I wish they weren't such scumbags at the dealership. I really hate going to those guys but I might not have a choice.
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I did speak with someone today and he said it could be the flap that opens and closes in the exhaust. He said they can malfunction. His fix was to get a slip-on exhaust and that would eliminate the sensor. If only I had exhaust money right now
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