Question about Yamaha V Star Custom Motorcycles
No, it's not. Try using a thicker oil - 20/50 - and if the noise is still there then you have some worn out parts. Take the camshaft cover off and check every single valve and lifter for play.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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