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Cold knock Hello! I have a 2008 Rocket 3. As the weather is getting colder I'm noticing a cold knock when first starting the bike. Its more prevelant on the right (exhaust) side of the motor. It quiets down after about a minute of running. I was wondering what that might be and if it can be adjusted to quiet down. I have about 3500 miles on the Rocket. Thanks, Ron LaPolla

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This is just a suggest, mind you, but if its still under warrenty, I would run it by the dealer, because from what you write, it sounds like a little bit of piston slap.

That engine should be tight.

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