Question about 1997 Honda CBR 600 F(3)V
When you squeeze the clutch you put pressure on several components in the clutch assembly. The clutch throw-out bearing, and the assembly that pushes on throw-out bearing. When you release the clutch that bearing floats as the clutch spins. What you are most likely hearing is the bearing floating. After about 30,000 miles this is fairly normal, and due to the cost, repair is only warranted when the clutch is due for replacement.
I am surprised no one has posted this answer in nearly 18 months.
Posted on Apr 01, 2012
Where the noise is coming from?
Head of engine?
Centre of engine?
Do you feel that your bike is riding heavy that is you are forwarding the gears but the load of engine is not lightning.
Please reply me then i will tell you the solution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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