Question about Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Well I guess the type and model of motorcycle would help.
However, most camchain tensioners are basically automatic. They bear against a long, curved nylon dampener that rides the slack (trailing) side of the chain. This pressure is made by a spring inside the chain tensioner housing itself and is not a serviceable part.
If housing is bolted up tight, all available tension is employed. If chain is still slack...camchain is worn out must be replaced.
Camshaft and rocker arm gaps maybe providing all the noise also, maybe time for a top end service, whatever the bike!!
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