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Cranks initially My 96 honda cbr f3 cranks initially but once it is turned off and sits for about 10 min it is dead The battery was tested and the reading was at 11.90 and was even lower when the bike was running.?

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It starts because current flows easier in a warm battery. But any guessing about what the problem is needs to start with a charged battery, lead acid batteries need to be charged to 12.6v, if it won't charge to 12.6v, the battery needs replacing. It also sounds like your charging system may not be working right, which may have caused the battery to fail. With a charged battery check voltage at battery at 2500-3500rpm, it should read 13 to 14 volts, most bikes do not charge at idle.

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