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Bike stalling at lights and then won`t restart as if the battery is flat. BATTERY IS ONLY 8 MONTHS OLD.I can leave the bike in the garage for a week and battery is fine but as soon as I ride it for 2 days the problem returns.

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Check your charging system. should be putting out 14+ volts at a fast idle

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