actually my bike did that after i lowered it. Sometimes it wouldn't crank and other times it would cut off if i was going slow, but after a week it went away.zx10ragentblack said:your sensor may be having some problems thinking the kick stand is always down i guess
Dude this totally worked thanksGunner said:Take the switch off the clutch perch and file a little off from the pin.(Shorten the pin) If you will do this your problem will go away I promise. I had to do the same thing to my girlfriends 636. All is well NOW! Look at how the switch works and this will make sence to you.
just enough were the clutch lever tab doesn't touch the nipple from the switch anymore. The problem seems to be that some switches are really touchy and need to be fully released to work. What's happening is when the clutch lever is pulled all the way back on some bikes the nipple is still touching the lever tab and not releasing the switch....by shaving the nipple enough to not touch the tab you are garanteed full switch release...hope this helps.Rock_Star said:how much is a little?