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It’s been doing this since I purchased the bike. I have no clue where to go from here just got done with a BBK has this problem before any advice would be appreciated
 

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Unplug the connector from the switch at the front brake lever (two wires, yellow and black one side, black and black the other) - does the problem stop? If so, the stop light wiring has either been mis-wired or there is a short somewhere along the wiring harness.

Can you describe the symptoms in a little more detail? What is the bog like - will the engine stall if the brake lever is pulled at idle in neutral, etc., etc.

What is a BBK?
 

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I was thinking big bore kit...

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Welcome to the forum!

Unplug the connector from the switch at the front brake lever (two wires, yellow and black one side, black and black the other) - does the problem stop? If so, the stop light wiring has either been mis-wired or there is a short somewhere along the wiring harness.

Can you describe the symptoms in a little more detail? What is the bog like - will the engine stall if the brake lever is pulled at idle in neutral, etc., etc.

What is a BBK?
I’ll have to try that when I get home from work, no the engine won’t stall if brake is held in. It feels almost as if it would be mis-firing, there’s a lot of backfiring happening when the brake is held in but as soon as you let it go it return to normal and sounds just fine. I’ll get back with you about unplugging that connector.
 

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Does the brake light come on when the lever is pulled? I suspect some mis-wiring or a shorted pair of wires...
 
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