Question about 2005 Yamaha YZF-R6
First , do not panic nor rev your motor .
you have first check the oil condition and level .
Does the oil pump light or oil pressure light stays on ?
you have to make sure your oil is not too old as well .
your bike has been serviced recently ?
you have to work with process of elimination .
with the few things i have asked and mention above you should make sure all these are ok .
After checking all these and the noise persist , you will have the following to check :
- check your spark plugs for oil burning .
- check coolant level and trace of oil in it
- try to locate the source of noise , top , bottom of motor
- does the noise increases when giving gas .
- does the noise sound heavy or " tin " noise
check all these and get back to me and i will try to give you more explanation.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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