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Old 03-25-2015, 07:59 AM   #1
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Starting issue

Gauges and fuel pump cut on in any position but bike won't start in full upright or sitting on side stand. Only starts when leaned in between those two positions. Any ideas on what the issue could be? I've already replaced the tilt switch with no change.
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sounds like the tip over switch. no idea where it is on your bike, but i would start there.
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the GSXR 600-750 are at the very back of the tail, maybe its the same ?
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Does your neutral light flicker? If so, it's a neutral sensor. Not sure if Suzuki even has them, but that was an issue I had with my old zx6r.

I would have the bike in neutral and any movement of the bike left to right would cause it to flicker and the bike would cut off (if I got it to start).
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I've already replaced the tilt sensor that was my first thought. But I'm still having the same issue it didn't seem to affect anything.
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