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I have bought a brand new Suzuki Hayabusa and ever since I have taken delivery of the same I have battery charging problems 1.The battery discharges within 10-15kms of use and the bikes stalls dead 2.Upon properly recharging the battery as per recomended specification the above problem persists. 3.Also I have noted by aid of an electrician that the battery does not charge upon starting the bike,the voltage is seen raising to 12-12.5 v Kindly let me know what should be the problem Thanking you Meethun Vernekar Goa,INDIA

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Regulator problem!!....battery should charge a lot higher when throttle is rapped up to around 4000rpm...should go up to 13.5 to 14 volts then go down quickly to 13v.... no less. check for loose connections on both stator and regulator connections..clean it up could be dirty connections. a battery that is less than 12.6 volts means it needs charging,....and definately a batterty that reads only 12v volts is not good.

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Check your regulator/rectifier and if it checks out operational. check voltage from your stator itself.

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