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Start and stop

When i start the bike and i disconnet battree it stops

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand that would be a normal reaction from the bike. When the battery is removed with the engine running, the voltage from the regulator will shoot up, the ignition system is designed to clamp down if the supply voltage is above its threshold. Additionally, the shutting down is to your advantage, since the voltage will go up, most of the bulbs, electricals and on-board electronics would burn out if subjected to prolong over voltage supply.

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