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You know I've never needed a tender until recently...not really weather related, since I'm up in the Bay Area too. More like Migz said, lack of time. Oh and also stupidity. I only just recently discovered that leaving the kill switch on drains the battery- haha!

Thanks for the info amullo!
 

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racedfila749 said:
Leaving the kill switch on as in, if it were in the on position the bike would start or on as in up and the bike wont start. I'm confused about this.
I would leave the kill switch in the On position while parked for both my bikes, and I guess it was never a problem since I used to ride a lot more. But recently they've just been sitting in the garage, so it was tough to fire up my F4i after a month of just sitting there. (the 749 was actually ok)

According to my buddy leaving the kill switch in the On position drains the battery a bit, so I felt like a moron after I found out.
 
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