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Chain of my bike is making much more noise ,i do the proper lubrication for that but the problem is same .Please suggest the solution for the problem, I also showed my bike to mechanic in service centre ,and they are saying that this is a problem which has no solution .
Sounds like the chain has stretched easy way to check this is grab the chain at centre point of rear sprocket and try to pull it away from the sprocket if it does move away this is your problem, one advise when replacing and checking tension it should be done while on both wheels and body weight on the bike to take up the difference of the arc on rear suspension so there is a possibility that your chain may be too tight both will cause excess noise
Posted on Jul 12, 2013
Testimonial: "thanks kevin but this is not the real problem , the sound is like some thing is obstructed the chain to move smoothly, and some time it makes noise like sporket is little bit tilted and when chain moves on it chain locks are not proprely engaged on sproket teeths.Due to this problem My bike heat ups very fast in very short time ,"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my Bajaj Discover 125 DTSi handlebar continously shacking while sudden pick-up of speed to 60KMPh. if i ride slow, then there is no problem. I checked Fork bend and all, everything is okay. please let me know.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
If your haveing dificult maintaining traction in the wet there are a number of things which need to be addressed & without wanting to judge your rideing ability haveing never seen you ride I am not in the position to do that so lets just go through the list firstly do you slow down in the wet doing this will give you more time to gear down & set the machine up for the corner you wish to turn wich will mean you will need to use less brake thus reduceing the risk of locking up the wheel causeing the skidding you speak of secondly increase the distance you travell from the vehicle in front this will giveyou more time to slow down without the need for harsh brakeing if you allready doing these things then I have to assume you are running a hard compound tyre which are fine in the dry & will give long service but however do not offer good traction in the wet I would advise changeing to a softer compound & be prepared tochange them a little more often than youwould if you stay with the current tyres.Regards Geoff
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
When shifting into 1st gear, only do it when the engine is at or near idle speed. That should "fix" the noise problem. Clean the air filter and install a new spark plug. Then drain the carburetor float bowl. Chances are water condensed in the gas tank has made it into the carb and is affecting performance.
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: Hi I have a Bajaj
Start by installing a new chain. Any chain that kinks up is a funeral, (yours), waiting to happen. Chances are that replacing the chain will fix all the problems you mentioned.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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