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Thread: 2010 honda cbr 1000rr - Problems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune View Post
    I know this may sound abysmally stupid, but still.............

    Cant ABS be removed?
    disabled. yes.
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    ^
    Wouldnt that solve the ABS from interfering and thus eating up all the battery?

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    ^^ yea... true.

    but having spent 13 lac on his bike... i'm sure he's looking for a permanent fix.
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    ^
    He can use it as a temporary solution and keep pestering the company to fix it permanently or to give him a new bike or to refund his money.

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    ^^ true.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rune View Post
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    He can use it as a temporary solution and keep pestering the company to fix it permanently or to give him a new bike or to refund his money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xionite View Post
    ^^ true.



    she.
    Oops, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune View Post
    I know this may sound abysmally stupid, but still.............

    Cant ABS be removed?
    ambsace2003 & Rune..... a crude but possible solution to find out why battery gets drained.Connect an Ampere meter like the one used in old Bullet or Ambassador,and monitor the Current drain..Whenever the meter goes into Negative side, you will know there is discharge from the battery.....you will at least get a clue as to which situation precipitates the Battery Drain ...
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    its really very strange n vvv frustrating it really disturbs the mind n the life of one who goes through such type of problems,i have the r1 but it never happens with me ,i starts it in mor then a month but i becoms alive at a single start up im v happy with it,now i think my step of buying r1 insted of cbr was right choice
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    Dammit! Just when I was zeroing in on the CBR as the bike to buy, I see this thread. Here I was thinking that with Honda it would be bulletproof. This is unacceptable at 14xx lakhs for a 2-wheeler of any make let alone a Honda. Hope your problem gets resolved soon. It's definitely making me think twice about picking up the Blade...

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    Default i wd like to give some advice

    though i am not an honda expert but these r some general advice how to track where is the problem
    first using an ammeter check how much the dynamo is charging while reving the bike and while idle while idle it shd nt negetive , thn in the next step check the amperemetr reading with ignition switch on,
    and then check the meter reading with ignition switch off
    if the reading is negetive while the switch is off thn u r in trouble
    #some safety sensor r located in the frame(ex-stand which i found in my old honda cb twin) those get easily damged and the leakge is thru thm so beware of it other wise simple way to solve battery disconnector can b installed and used while ur parking it
    it can easily solve the problem

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