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Noise in the gear box of a 2004 suzuki rm 85 2 stroke

When i ride it their is no noise, but when my son who shifts at a higher rpm rides it and then goes to idle speed you hear a clicking noise like the kick starter makes if you dont let it go to up position fast enough but this noise is not as loud. you can cut it off and wait 3-4 min. and restart and their is no noise. we use suzuki 10 wt 40 and their is no water in gear box. when i changed oil their was not any metal shavings in the oil. thanks ob

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  • opbell Jul 03, 2009

    thanks for tip totem man,but it turnd out that the snap ring on the water pump impeller had sliped out of its grove and the impeller was shifting in and out, when it went out it made the noise

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Sounds like the cam chain needs to be adjusted, it's normal for bigger bikes check a manual for the procedure for your bike. it normally take about five minutes. hope this helps

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