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Cuts out bike starts ok but when clutch is engaged & gear selected it stalls

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  • dhorn894 Dec 23, 2008

    no the stand cut off switch isnt on anymore, someone has said there might be a clutch cut off switch ????

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Does it have a kick stand interlock switch? If so, the stand needs to be up when you select a gear, or it cuts off. If the switch is bad or out of adjustment, it will cut off when put in gear.

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