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I hear a clicking noise in my R6 (2003) engine while its running. I am not sure whqt it is. Please help me figure it out!!!! Thanks in advance.

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  • jeffbeaty372 Mar 11, 2009

    i am assuming because you said it is a big job......that means EXPENSIVE! How much am i looking at for something like that??

    thanks again!

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Either the big end- or the top end bearings are almost dead. I've seen this on many bikes including my own GSXR. It's not really something you should attemt to fix yourself, it's a massive job. Rather take it to a shop, and let them check it out for you... Hope that helps

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