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Hello my fellow KTM riders,
Unfortunately few weeks ago I was riding one beautiful afternoon and after popping my clutch on my KTM Superduke 990 2008 it would not start back up. Here's what I've been able to test myself
• The battery
• The rectifier
• I have removed the alarm system (in case it was messing with the electrical system)
I have included the link below that will show you what's happening when I start my motorcycle. Any information help me get back on the road would be greatly appreciated.

C,

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Does your bike has a clutch safety switch? If so check it.
 

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There is a little switch in the clutch lever, it is a nice $40 for the shop.
Never, ever, pop the clutch on a big boy toy.
 
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