Thanks a lot smidget buddy. All relay switches need a good voltage to work properly, you will have many on your bike. For the starter relay switch to work the starter circuit cut off relay has to be happy about your safety switches on your bike like neutral switch, clutch switch, side stand switch maybe, tilt switch maybe or more.
To keep things simple have tried push starting (if possible) or jumps leads from a good battery?
You can bypass the starter relay switch by bridging the terminal posts to see if the starter motor turns the engine briskly. If you have a multi/meter what`s the battery voltage the morning after and when pressing the start button????
Technical and tyres
Well there ya go. ... He fucked it. ..
Yes he's faster than me and has more skill in his toes than i have in my whole body but he's still a twat. ... and to blame the bike! ! http://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/news-and-views/racing/british-superbikes/2015/july/mechanical-trouble-led-to-stoner-leg-break-crash1/#.VbUf4l5wbqB
Touring & travel
@VoxmanPat A police force concerned about using a phone whilst driving???? Now there's a novelty. Wonder if it will catch on over here?
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