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Engine loses revs on tickover and makes a stange clicking noise.

Hi, Ive got a 1988 CBR 600F. When the bikes on tickover, it keeps losing revs then they kick back in again. When the revs go low the is a clicking noise coming from the engine.

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Could be a carburation problem, or could be one of the many ignition/carb control devices faulty, a workshop manual would guide you through the separate continuity tests for the separate components. |You would need to be able to use a circuit tester! The noise you hear maybe nothing but sommit thats become more audible to you because the general noise has dropped, but sounds to me like a fault on an electrical component on the carb. Good Luck - the Yeti

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The 1991 Honda CBR 1000F uses an in-line four cylinder, four-stroke engine that produces 36.5 cubic-inches of displacement. The engine uses a dual overhead camshaft system and has four valves per cylinder. The maximum power of the CBR 1000F is 93 horsepower at 11,000 rpm and the max torque is 45 ft-lb at 8,500 rpm. The motorcycle's compression ratio is11.3:1 while the bore by stroke ratio is 2.5 by 1.9 inches. The engine is liquid cooled. The transmission is a six speed and is chain driven. The top speed of the CBR 600F is 141 mph.
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