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Engine noise at idle speed

I have a 2005 BMW R1200RT. The idle speed is not very smooth, and now the lefthand side of the engine has developed a metallic tinkering sound which appears to disapear when the engine speed is increased.

Can any one help.

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  • kiethedmonds Dec 19, 2008

    rselvy,



    thank you very much for your comments, I think you are spot on, as the bike is due a major service.



    Thanks again

    keithedmonds

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Sounds like it's time to adjust the valves. The noise you are likely hearing is due to valve train noise. I suspect you have loose valves. Also I would recommend making sure the carburetors are synchronized. If one side is off you will actually feel a roughness in the motor especially at idle.
When you remove the valve covers be sure to look for any dryness in the valve train. You want to make sure you're not having an oiling problem.
You'd be well off to just do a major tune up. Be sure to replace the spark plugs too.

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