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Start and.. I have a R 1100 RT and I have had some problems of recently: 1 - It has a loud clacking engine noise during revs and even when idle. 2 - It starts and I have to keep the revs up but if I let go it cuts out. 3 - The gear shifting seems tight as well. (I adjusted the clutch cable but no real change)

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Could be your timing chains are very loose, they will make a noise on start up. Also, when was the last time you adjusted the valves? If they are way out of adjustment, ( on the lose side) they will make some noise.

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Hi i think it may be you big end bearing i ad a look at my mates bike which sound like it ad the same problem and thats wat it was on his bike

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