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Strange noise coming from SUzuki SV650 front part of engine..

Had a strange noise coming from the front part of the engine... sounded like a piston out of place.. my mechanic had to open the engine..
looking for anyone else with a similar experience... and for th suzuki sv650 manual...

Mechanic found nothing wrong with the pistons, but seems to be a problem close to the crunch..

this occured al of a sudden .. only notification a mild noise from the engine a couple of days earlier

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Noises are tough to troubleshoot without being able to hear it. I don't know of any common problems, but Clymer sells a manual for SV 650's up to year 2002. If yours is newer, the manual may still be of some help because I don't think the SV's have changed much over the years.

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