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Bike makes a clicking noise when i try to start it

Bike hasnt been started for a few months,everything turns on, brand new battery,replaced the plugs R1 2000 model

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Your starter isn't getting enough power. Try checking your water levels in the battery and charging it with a trickle charger. Good Luck!

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