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My guess is timing

My bike feels like the motor is pulling to hard, sounds like the timing could be off. I don't have a repair manual and I don't have the money to take it to the shop. I also hear a ticking sound when I come to a stop loud at frist and then it gets quieter after a few seconds

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    Lee May 11, 2010

    try to locate the fuel pump, mine is behind the frame headstock. (xvs 650) put your fingers on it and see if it is that that's ticking, you could be experiencing lack of fuel and the pump is working overtime. i cured my problem by changing the inline fuel filter.

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