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WHAT CAUSES A TURBINE WHINING NOISE IN MY 07 KAWASAKI VN1600B MEAN STREAK MOTORCYCLE

THIS WHINING NOISE ONLY OCCURS DURING DECELERATION, NEVER DURING ACCELERATION OR WHEN THE CLUTCH HANDLE IS IN

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Probably clutch related, maybe broken clutch basket.

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