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ZX6 Noisy Cam Chain

Bike is a 1996 ZX6R. Cam chain is very noisy. Removed tensioner and it seems to work fine. I saw manual adjusters on ebay. Is there more adjustment in a manual one? Could I get the seaon out of it with a manual adjuster?

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If your chain is makeing nois it would be a good idear to replace the chain a manual cam chain tenshioner will take the slack up but what about the valve timeing a worn chain will throw it out due to the chain stretching plus the manual tenshioner will make the guides wear faster if ya auto matic tenshioner has reached its limit that means replace chain no ifs or buts

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Wanting to know the orginal length on a cam chain for a kawasaki bayou 400, in inches,and how to measure it,and the wear on limtis on the cam chain as well.

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The manual tensioner will work for ever i have had mine in for 20,000 miles with no adjustment needed

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This particular photo is from a CRF250F but the diagrams I saw look almost identical. It will be obvious that there will be some tension vs. losing tension when you screw in or out the adjuster. Just make sure that you aren't over-tightening it. Just take up some of the slack if its noisy.



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Well I guess the type and model of motorcycle would help.

However, most camchain tensioners are basically automatic. They bear against a long, curved nylon dampener that rides the slack (trailing) side of the chain. This pressure is made by a spring inside the chain tensioner housing itself and is not a serviceable part.

If housing is bolted up tight, all available tension is employed. If chain is still slack...camchain is worn out must be replaced.

Camshaft and rocker arm gaps maybe providing all the noise also, maybe time for a top end service, whatever the bike!!
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