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M50 internal kill switch?

I own a 2008 Suzuki boulevard M50, recently i have learned to wheelie the big bike, however after i shut off the engine i can not turn it on for about 10 to 15 min. I was wondering if anyone knows of an internal kill switch or something that would cause the bike to not restart

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That's the Suzuki SASS sensor which stands for Suzuki Anti Squid Sensor which tells its owners to stop popping wheelies on their 700 pound cruiser.

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