I have a 2010 KTM 990 Adventure. I bought it new and put 25,000 miles on it. I've had some electrical issues with it on and off. I replaced the battery last summer in Prince George, B.C. in a Wal-mart parking lot. Then, a few weeks ago, it wouldn't start. I pushed the start and it just clicked and then wouldn't turn over at all. Charging the battery solved the issue. Yesterday, I was riding and killed the bike. When I tried to start it again, it just clicked and nothing happened. I roll-started it down a hill, and it started, but the instrument cluster went haywire. The analog tach kept cycling from 0 RPM to 12,000 RPM. The numers on the LCD digital display kept showing all 8888 for speed, odometer, etc. All of the lights on the instrument cluster would light up. Then go off. The instrument cluster kept freaking out like this, cycling back and forth until about halfway home, at which point it settled down and seemed to work fine. I'm guessing that my battery died on me? I'm guessing that the alternator isn't charging my battery right? Does anyone have any tips/suggestions/feedback on this? It's driving me nuts. I already took it to the KTM dealership last year and they said the alternator was fine. I'm at witt's end with this thing.