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I got this tank noise in my 2006 1300 vtx ,when i am riding its coming from engine vibration ,is there something i can use to stop it

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Try removing the tank, and check the rubber mounting points. Sounds like you have metal on metal somewhere. Mabey adding some extra foam or rubber for padding agaist the frame while the tank is removed.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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    speedwagen Oct 19, 2010

    The chrome dash on these bikes can get to making a buzz or rattle.
    Some foan or rubber on the edges of the dash can quiet it down.

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