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Hello y'all. I'm new here looking forward to see what the community has to say. I have a 07 Predator, with a full yoshi rs3 exhaust, open air box fitted with a k&n, a brand new dry cell battery, and stage 1 hot cams. When I hit the start button it cranks very slow, if for some reason it gets stalled out a couple times in a row ( friends trying it out ) the battery doesn't have enough juice in it to ever turn over. Any ideas. The bike is charging at 14 v, and battery rests at 12v. Decompression, or starter issue?
 

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I had a similar issue with my 2003. Getting a new battery fixed the issue for me. I was replacing them with Polaris batteries, which all just quickly went back to the same issue. Got an aftermarket battery for less than half the cost and all good. You could try a buddies battery to see if that works, my batteries when tested with a voltmeter appeared fine.
 
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