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HAVE A 1997 SUZUKI GSXR 600 I CRANK THE BIKE UP TAKE THE NEG CABLE OFF BIKE GOES DEAD IS THE BATTERY CHARGING

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The reason the bike shuts down when you remove the negative cable is because you are removing half the circuit.Go and get yourself a volt meter that will do volts DC.Start the bike up and and with the leads on the appropriate terminals have a friend bring the bike off idle and read the voltage.You should get somewhere between 13 to 14.4 volts.Anything less than this means you are not charging up the battery.Good Luck

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