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When engine revs above500 rpms VOLTAGE drops bike has been laid down will not charge batery bike can be pushed started and runs good but wont start with starter after sitting for day . Ihave changed the battery when fully charged runs fine but will have to push start it the next day

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One explanation for this would be that your charging system is faulty. It is possible that the OLD battery was ok, but was not getting charged by the faulty charge system. You put in a new battery, that is part charged before sale and ran the battery flat because it wasn't charging. If you leave a discharged lead acid bettery for 20 minutes or so, it will pick up a little again and possibly let the bike start and run, but by the time you got home you had killed the battery completely.

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