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I have a 2000 hayabusa and it won't start. The battery and starter checks out good. The starter is turning over when I hit the start button. The gears look good. If I push it off in 2nd it'll crank right up. If anyone has any suggestions I could use the help.

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Have you checked your starter clutch? There is a lot of probs with the Gen I

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Crank is the same as Turn-over.

Are you saying the start motor will run when you press the switch but the motor will not turn over? That is a starter problem ... If the starter motor is turning the motor over but the engine is not firing - have you checked the kill switch?

Otherwise, I believe you have a ignition time and/or carb/choke problem. When was your last professional tune up? If you cant remember, it is time for a professional tune up. Tell the mechanic it will not start using the starter but it will when you push it. BTW, this bike is too big for you to be pushing to get it started. Besides, the girls will not want to ride with you if you have to push it to get it started. Be cool - get it tuned up. Spring is just around the corner where I live. Spend the summer riding - not pushing.

Thanks for your question today.

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