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Need help with my r6

My 2000 r6 has no thorrlet when in gear but will rev up out of gear or when clucth is in can any one help. please
when its in gear you can twisted the thorrlet and no think happens

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Is the engine running?there is a cut out sensor which will shut the engine off if the stand is down when put in gear.

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