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Give the bike a thorough service. These engines are very strong, but as with any engine this can be compromised by bad or missed servicing. The vibration could be any number of things, but check the front wheel bearings and the fork mounts and also the chain and sprockets. if the chain is old it can cause a vibration which would seem as if it is coming from the engine. If you have to change the chain then do the sprockets at the same time. If you fit a new chain to old sprockets it will wear faster and cost more.
Posted on May 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the gear box oil does not go anywhere.it helps to lubricate the gear surface.its located at the rear .pls check your carb and spark plug.if two item is o.k check your engine block is there any crack at your engine
Posted on May 11, 2009
This could be a result from a couple of different things however if your vibration is at idol and has and keeps getting worse it is proably one of the motor mounts. These can very difficult to see so if you remove one there is a thin lip above the rubber and metal bracket and if that is not there then the mount is no good
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
for starters, make sure tires are properly balanced and inflated to proper tire pressure. as for the vibration i the pegs, that is normal. if it's excessive, make sure subframe boltsare tight. gixxers are know to lose one or two ( locktite on the bolts is very helpful). good bar ends are very helful in reducing the vibration in the handlebars.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
You would be best to visit a good reliable mechanic, the bike not starting is one thing but the temp gauge is another and you could have a serious short, better safe than sorry
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
It sounds like out of balance in the front wheel somewhere. Possibly a bad front tyre, the tire is damaged, bulged or blistered, or wheel buckled or simply out of balance.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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