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CLUTCH NOISE A LITTLE RUMBLING NOISE WITH THE CLUTCH OUT IN NUTERAL PULL IT IN A LITTLE AND IT GOES AWAY

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This is fairly common on high torque engines. If the rumble is still there in all gears, it is a problem. You will be able to feel it in the handlebars or the footrests.If your engine has a lot of miles on it (over 50,000) you may need a new set of clutch plates.

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SOURCE: noisey transmission when riding pull clutch in

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.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: noise coming from clutch . goes away when clutch is

this sounds like it could possibly be a noisy thrust bearing in the gearbox itself

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: chirping noise when i ride, but goes away when i

i would say check your bearing, something like this is hard to finger out without being next to the bike. Dose it get louder the faster you go? Dose the bike want to pull when your stopped witht he clutch in??
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Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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No, the syncing only comes into play when you are SHIFTING. What you are likely hearing is a chain hitting something during deceleration. Look into chain thightness. Remember to check the chain at it's tightest spot. That means you need to carefully roll the bike, while feeling the chain, for 10 feet or so. Just find the tightest spot of the chain's normal rotation, and adjust at that spot. )Failure to do this burns out bearings quickly.)

I bet you are just slightly out of adjustment....it is normal. Also, clean your chain and lube it when hot.

Posted on May 11, 2011

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