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My bike makes some vibration when the engine revs around 4500 RPM. It's atomado tre 900 le . Someone else had such bike or such problem ? I was thinking of putting some rubber under de clip on to help reduce it. Any more suggestions? are the engine mounts worn?? maybe you need to replace the boots/bushings on the mounts.,

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click here to see one walking on its center stand. Notice the way everything is vibrating on this old girl. 
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