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2008 Honda CBR125R fuel injected 1900kms on odometer.bought pre-owned 2 weeks ago very good condition. Past weekend performed oil-change with Castrol motorcycle specific 10W-40 motor oil and adjusted clutch at lever to allow slightly more freeplay. Since when engaging starter it emits a "squeal" like noise just as engine catches and starts. This sounds peculiar? Did not exhibit this symptom when I bought Bike. Might this be an indication of a problem? thank you.

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