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You can make a backup on your pc and load back Default settings or restore to default settings. Normally you should have I quote ' with up to 49 minutes of mono recording time (or 24 minutes in stereo), the RC-50 can function as a song recorder as well as a looper'
I have the RC300 which has 3 hrs recording time. But when i reach the limit. I make a backup and load back in a initial default setup which I have downloaded somewhere. But you can also restore to default from the unit itself. Hope this helps
Here's a great article on that subject. The article covers virtually any multi-speed bike, including yours. One thing the article leaves out is that in order to shift, the chain must be moving, which means that you must be pedaling. But it works best if you are pedaling very lightly.
Your noise sounds like it is power train related,If you have eliminated the engine,Since it doesn't make the noise while moving and in neutral. It sounds like a universal joint in the drive shaft.Do you notice a vibration along with the noise?