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Ticking noise, increases with rev, compression dropped began not to long after rear tire changed from 190 to 180? friends say cct, turned to valve rings?

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The tire has nothing to do with the engine noise.a loss of compression probably due to valves not opening and closing properly,that would also make the sound you hear.not sure what cct is supposed to mean. valves set into a seat,and if the rings are a problem you would probably have back-pressure going into crankcase.

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