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Cbr 900rr, bike just stopped running while riding, wont start?

So when i tryed to charge it overnight, it turned over one time and then started making a clicking sound that would almost instantly start to begine to dye to silence, all the while noticing that the instrument lights were fading, but not out.
spark plugs?
bad battery?
generator?
any help would be of great help!

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Almost certainly a bad battery. Put a voltmeter on the battery and check it while trying to start the bike. If it drops to less than 10v the battery is dead.

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