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NOISE IN CAM AT LOW RPM

DEAR SIRS, I HEAR A RAW NOISE COMMING FROM THE CAM AREA AT LOW RPM, WHEN I RAISE THE RPMS IT DISAPPEARS.
i WANT TO DISMANTLE THE HEAD TO SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH THE CAM OR VALVES.
MY BIKE HAS ONLY 20.000 KMS.
iTS A YAMAHA CRUX 110.CC

CAN YOU HELP ME WITH A REPAIR MANUAL FOR DOWNLOAD IT,? or a little help.

THANKS IN ADVANCE,

Christian Platz, Santiago- Chile

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