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Sounds like a air line broke in front of the gas tank, dont know where the noise is coming from, what could it be??

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Hi Keith, there is no air line in that area, but the noise could be radiating up from the engine. Check the exhaust pipes and gaskets for breaks or cracks. Check for broken or leaking head gaskets. And finally check around the air cleaner backing plate and breather line area for broken or missing pieces. If you can't find anything wrong take the bike to your local dealer or shop and let them listen to the noise. Good luck

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