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post #1 of 5 Old 03-20-20, 11:52 Thread Starter
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Bike wont start after getting it home

So I picked up a 2006 Daytona 675 last Saturday and when I test rode it everything seemed fine, it started and ran but after loading it up and driving 2 hours home it wont start anymore, the battery is good, i changed the plugs and it's getting spark, when I crank it over it just smells really rich and occasionally fires but doesnt idle, could this be a sensor or something? I dont see how it could be tune related since it rode fine when I test rode it but I have a obdII cable in the mail so I'll be able to use tune ecu. Any suggestions are appreciated

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post #2 of 5 Old 03-20-20, 12:59
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How do you know the battery is good? Did you put a voltmeter on it with the bike off and when it was running?

Most likely culprits are charging system (stator or regulator/rectifier, they both are common failure points) or crank position sensor (CPS). A brief search here will get you all the info you need to test both of those out.
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Mine was doing the same thing last fall and the battery checked out good for volts. After chasing it for two weeks I took the battery to Batteries Plus and they said the battery showed good volts (always on the Battery Tender), but it had a faulty cell so under load it wasn't no where near the amps it needed. New battery solved it all.

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post #4 of 5 Old 03-24-20, 11:19
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This isn't really of any help but my used 2014 675r was doing that exact same thing occasionally when it rained. I found some spliced wires under the rear seat that were exposed and somewhat loose. I re-spliced them with environmental splices and haven't a repeat. Good luck 👍
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post #5 of 5 Old 03-24-20, 11:24
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And to clarify, the splice was in the wiring going to the Bazzaz ECU/Fuel Control under the rear seat.
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