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Old 10-09-2008, 06:45 PM   #1
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Mala fixes Mogee! Sorta...

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Old 10-09-2008, 06:50 PM   #2
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wait, you never charged it?


you may have just lessened the life of your battery

supposed to put acid in, let site for 45 min and then let charge over night...

Ive got a charger if you need it.

DONT RUN YOUR BIKE YET!
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wait, you never charged it?


you may have just lessened the life of your battery

supposed to put acid in, let site for 45 min and then let charge over night...

Ive got a charger if you need it.

DONT RUN YOUR BIKE YET!

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Old 10-09-2008, 06:52 PM   #4
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So in summary... you removed the battery but did not replace it and when Mogee does not start you will remove the battery and shake it.

But you now know where the battery is located and what tools you need



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Old 10-09-2008, 06:53 PM   #5
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wait, you never charged it?


you may have just lessened the life of your battery

supposed to put acid in, let site for 45 min and then let charge over night...

Ive got a charger if you need it.

DONT RUN YOUR BIKE YET!
Huh? No...I didn't put the acid and stuff in th new battery 'cause I ain't gots no charger for it. I just put the old battery back in Mogee.
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lol, if you think you are mocked by the under seat tape, just take your fairings off for a REAL shocker.... lol
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Old 10-09-2008, 06:56 PM   #7
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Exactly, You needs to charge that thing up before running the bike.
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Good story.

BTW Mala, if the FI light comes on, you can clear the fault memory by shaking the ECM like an etch-a-sketch. If it remains, dip it in water temporarily and crank the bike over really quick
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Good story.

BTW Mala, if the FI light comes on, you can clear the fault memory by shaking the ECM like an etch-a-sketch. If it remains, dip it in water temporarily and crank the bike over really quick
BTW Cali, if your light comes on, you can clear the faulty memory by visiting me and allowing me to remove your dangling modifier so I can shove it up your past participle until your comma splice cranks over.
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BTW Cali, if your light comes on, you can clear the faulty memory by visiting me and allowing me to remove your dangling modifier so I can shove it up your past participle until your comma splice cranks over.
my exwife facilitated that repair long ago. Update already performed. Did you not see the recall notice on my finger? the wear mark where the ring use to be? lol
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wow, do you think you could make my GXSR650 as fast as the GSXR 600's while you're at it?
Prolly. That's the special race edition from Europe, right?
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very entertaining laurie. I actually LOL'd! Now get that battery charger and fix Mogee for good!

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was that meant for me? i don't get it?
ohhh shut up
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For anyone whom wanted to read it.

There are gsx650 models in europe, I assure you. Not available here.
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I shall Miss Amber. I was actually starting to feel a tingle of accomplishment...like I get with the whole chain cleaning/lube thing. It'll be nice to add another Mogee-maintenance skill.
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At least you got it right. You removed the Negative terminal first. So many people think it is the other way around. Negative removed first and attached on new battery last. DC voltage flows Negative to Positive. Good Job.

If you call ahead when you are buying a battery, they will put it on their charger for you so it is ready when you pick it up. (If it needs it)
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is this tha bike I donated a front rim for?
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