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As i was hitting the start button on my 06 gsxr 750 my finger slipped only letting it just barely engage and then my bike cut out guages go in and out here and there and when i hit the starter it just has a clicking sound from the box that my positive wire from the battery leads to it isnt a fuse i dont think or a dead battery

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Sounds like the starter motor has engaged and then stuck out. Either take the starter motor off to make sure it is fine and then reassemble. Or if your feeling brave, I'd try putting it in gear and then push the bike forward/backwards to see if the starter motor returns to it's original position. Then retry to start it with the electric start switch.

Good luck

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