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Can`t get to the battery on my Hayabusa

The battery is dead and I need to atach new leads

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Remove the passenger's seat with the key.Then remove the bolts #13 http://www.babbittsonline.com/suzuki-motorcycle-parts#/Suzuki/GSX1300R_(2006)/SEAT_(MODEL_K6)/022470005/56022470050B
on each side and take off the driver's seat. The battery is underneath.

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You changed the starter clutch, but is the starter itself ok?If it is not turning over at all, and the heavy-duty leads are getting hot, it sounds like you have a dead short in the starter itself.

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I have bought a brand new Suzuki Hayabusa and ever since I have taken delivery of the same I have battery charging problems 1.The battery discharges within 10-15kms of use and the bikes stalls dead 2.Upon...


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