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The Kill switch can cause this problem. It's what they call a self cleaning switch and operating it repeatedly can sometimes cure starting problems due to it's self cleaning action. But from your earlier post you seem to have eliminated this problem area.
Might be a loose or corroded connection somewhere in the electrical system as motorcycles are vibration machines. Try tightening or cleaning any easy to find connections. Of course with this shotgun approach you may never know if you fixed or what the problem is.
If you can easily do it pull the plugs and at the vey least look at the plugs. And while out replace them with as dfinitlydisturbd suggested as intermittently starting is an indicator of a defective plug.
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Last edited by Two Red Ryders; 11-24-2012 at 08:37 PM.