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2011 Daytona dies all of a sudden

So iv'e searched for a while now and haven't found anything that helps.
Iv'e had this bike for about a year now and never had any problems with it except original battery died and I replaced that. The bike was a one owner and had an exhaust and tune done at dealer by previous owner. I was out on a ride and on the way back home I got about a block from house and bike just died so i coasted it onto side of street and attempted to start it back up but it would just crank and not start. I let it sit for about 20-30 mins and tried again and it started up, so I rode it home. Put the bike on a stand and checked all fluids and connections and everything seemed ok. Started bike a couple times with no problems, so I took it down the road and all seemed well until I got about 3 miles away. Bike dies again but starts back up right away, made a turn to start to go back home and it dies again this time it didn't start right back up. Tried starting it a couple times with nothing so I tried to push start it and it did nothing (got it to about 10mph and dumped clutch), so I sat for another 20-30 mins and it started back up. Rode it for about 1/2-3/4 mile and it dies again. Try starting it and it just cranks again and doesn't start. After waiting another 20-30 mins it starts back up. Went a little further and it started to try to die again but i gave it a decent amount of gas, when I did this it bogged down a little and it took off. Made it home and started checking battery, CPS, and stator and all seemed to be good
Battery voltage off: 13.4
Battery voltage on position: 13.2
CPS resistance: 243ohms
Stator resistance: 0ohms across all three terminals
Stator AC voltage at idle: 30vac across all three terminals
I didn't bring bike up to 5k revs but did a quick blip of throttle and got 50vac so everything seems ok
Every time the bike has died it seems to be when i'm slowing down for a stop.

Please help!!!
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It sounds like a possible fuel issue. Can you hear the fuel pump prime?
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Yes I can hear the pump prime when I turn the key on.

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When I read your post, the first thought for me was "CPS". The CPS can have good resistance but still be effed - I just replaced one that had similar resistance to yours.
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Also, you can silicone a new CPS into the stator/CPS rubber grommet. Far Canal recently posted a link to a CPS that he's had good luck with that was about ten bucks US.
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Thank you, I will look into that. I'm just scratching my head right now on whats wrong.
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Would the CPS just cause it to die like that though? I know it will keep it from starting.
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Would the CPS just cause it to die like that though? I know it will keep it from starting.
Yep. The CPS is what tells the system when to fire the spark plugs. No spark = no fire = no fun.
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So iv'e searched for a while now and haven't found anything that helps.
Iv'e had this bike for about a year now and never had any problems with it except original battery died and I replaced that. The bike was a one owner and had an exhaust and tune done at dealer by previous owner. I was out on a ride and on the way back home I got about a block from house and bike just died so i coasted it onto side of street and attempted to start it back up but it would just crank and not start. I let it sit for about 20-30 mins and tried again and it started up, so I rode it home. Put the bike on a stand and checked all fluids and connections and everything seemed ok. Started bike a couple times with no problems, so I took it down the road and all seemed well until I got about 3 miles away. Bike dies again but starts back up right away, made a turn to start to go back home and it dies again this time it didn't start right back up. Tried starting it a couple times with nothing so I tried to push start it and it did nothing (got it to about 10mph and dumped clutch), so I sat for another 20-30 mins and it started back up. Rode it for about 1/2-3/4 mile and it dies again. Try starting it and it just cranks again and doesn't start. After waiting another 20-30 mins it starts back up. Went a little further and it started to try to die again but i gave it a decent amount of gas, when I did this it bogged down a little and it took off. Made it home and started checking battery, CPS, and stator and all seemed to be good
Battery voltage off: 13.4
Battery voltage on position: 13.2
CPS resistance: 243ohms
Stator resistance: 0ohms across all three terminals
Stator AC voltage at idle: 30vac across all three terminals
I didn't bring bike up to 5k revs but did a quick blip of throttle and got 50vac so everything seems ok
Every time the bike has died it seems to be when i'm slowing down for a stop.

Please help!!!
did you mean .243ohms?

My new CPS ohms out at .235ohms my old one that went bad was at 1.0XXohms. I agree sounds Like CPS as well
Did you check your connections at the R/R?
what is your voltage at the battery while its running?

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The shitty meter that I used just said 243ohms. Everywhere iv'e looked says you should be around 200 ohms. While tank was up i checked all connections I could get to and all seemed to be good. I will check voltage while running tomorrow.
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