Question about 2000 Honda VTR 1000 SP-1 (RC51)

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When i start my 2000 rc-51 1000 then give it throttle.

When i give it throttle it makes a clinking nose. Its almost like there is something clinking around in there but only in under rpm. I was thinking it might be a lifter. because the clanking sounds like it is on the top of the motor. I was driving down the high way maybe alittle faster then the speedlimit then the battery took a **** on me. then when i was going down the highway still i tried to pop the clutch and thats when it started too make the noise.

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Sounds like a cam chain is making that noise..your cam tensioner may not be operating properly..may need to in stall a new one.

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