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  1. Ninja 650R, ER6
    Hi! I am due a battery replacement on my 2015 Er6n. As yuasa batteries get kinda expensive here in India, someone recommended I go for one of the more common brands here. When I looked up the battery specifications, the battery in question has a lower capacity than the stock yuasa battery...
  2. ZX-6R All Model Years
    Whats up peoples So the bike is a 2006 ZX6R 636D and the only way to completely kill the bike is to disconnect the negative battery cable. The stop switch works to stop the engine while its running but the ignition switch does nothing (you can ride the bike with the ignition switch in the off...
  3. 2005-2006 ZX-6R
    Whats up peoples So the bike is a 2006 ZX6R 636D and the only way to completely kill the bike is to disconnect the negative battery cable. The stop switch works to stop the engine while its running but the ignition switch does nothing (you can ride the bike with the ignition switch in the off...
  4. ZX-6R All Model Years
    Whats up peoples So the bike is a 2006 ZX6R 636D and the only way to completely kill the bike is to disconnect the negative battery cable. The stop switch works to stop the engine while its running but the ignition switch does nothing (you can ride the bike with the ignition switch in the off...
  5. Ninja 650R, ER6
    Hey everyone, I have noticed that if I leave my 08 Ninja 650R for more than a few days, the battery will be dead (no crank, just buzzes when I press ignition). Initially, I thought it was a bad battery, since mine was older, so I replaced it with a new Yuasa. The issue persists, however, and I...
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