I cranked up the bike this morning, started immediately, rode ~10 miles and stalled at a traffic light. ( I think I stalled it, hadn’t had coffee yet — before 5:00 AM). When I tried to start it again, it behaved as if the battery was very low — barely turned over the engine before the starter quit turning and the relay clicked. I took the battery to O’Riley,s and it checked out good, a little under charged — probably from many attempts to start. After I put the battery back in and rode home, I checked the battery voltage, 12.67, and the charging voltage, 14.4 at 5000 rpm; this is in spec according to the service manual. The terminal connections were tight when I pulled the battery. The ground connection to the engine was secure as well. I know these bikes get touchy when the battery voltage gets low, but this is not acceptable. Has anyone had a similar problem? I haven’t checked for parasitic loads yet, but since the bike started right up after sitting for 5 days I figured it shouldn’t have been drained much. Close to 30k miles on the bike, bought it used with 18k miles on it.