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A total power failure could be a few things, an ignition switch or plug related, or loose battery terminals, or bad connections in the starter solenoid where the main 30 amp green system fuse is.
 
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Does the instrument cluster clock reset, as if it does it's more likely to point to a battery tray located problem?
 

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It does sound ignition switch-related now, easy enough to check, but it could be a bad loom wire.
As for the switch, I stripped a zx-9r one down which is similar, and did a write-up on testing and checking with pictures here at zx-9r.net.
 

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That does happen because the admin bans groups of IP addresses to cut down on the spam, you may have fallen into one of those collectives, if you click on the contact admin he will be able to unban you, there is no malice intended, it does happen frequently, but is easily rectified.
It happened to me too, sometimes just disconnecting your router from the internet for a minute or two results in getting a different IP address and your back in, or using your mobile phone data rather than your home wifi.
It's worth registering as there are a few similarities between the zx-9r and zx-12r where they use the same components, and I've probably done a picture guide on how to check and test or fix them.
 

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If the clock resets it's a main power supply problem unless it's off for only a very short time.
Most probably a power supply to the ECU problem.
I did some testing on the vehicle down sensor and put my finding up here in my "Yorkies zx-12r thread". https://www.zx-9r.net/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=21160 you will have to scroll down a bit but may find it useful.
 
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