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Starting problems after speedo healer and GIPro install

Last Thursday I installed the speedo healer 4 and GIPro on my 05. Everything went smoothly and the bike fired right up and ran flawlessly after install. Well I took the bike right home because it was about to rain and it sat there until yesterday. I went into town and while at a long ass red light, i cut the bike off and when I went to start it back it would just turn over but wouldnt fire. Well I pulled over, dropped the kickstand, turned the key off and then back on and then it fired. I rode to Walmart and when I came back out to leave, I went to start it and it did the same thing again. I cut the bike back off then back on and it fired. I rode home, there was no power loss when riding, just starting problems. When I got home I cut the bike off and on several times and it fired everytime. I dont know if it was a coincidence of it happening after the install or could something have got knocked loose? The bike only has 3500 miles and this is very discouraging. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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I belive that some people might point you towards the kickstand switch but who knows. I don't think it's a result of the GIPro or SH though, not being sporadic.

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I belive that some people might point you towards the kickstand switch but who knows. I don't think it's a result of the GIPro or SH though, not being sporadic.


The GiPro only messes with the Gear Sensor Circuit, The SpeedoHealer only messes with the Speed circuit...both of those will not harm your bike from starting they are only for INDICATION ONLY to your Cluster and what map your bike should be in Stock for your ECU(N though 6th gear it will run without telling the ECU what Gear it's in)....anything else you messed with or went bad at that time may give you problems in starting. We just don't know
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