Rotational ticking on left side at main shaft - need advise!!!!!



21 replies to this topic
  • wfo257

Posted August 19, 2001 - 08:41 AM

#21

One of my shift forks was bent so we replaced it. It doesn't matter if my bike is stopped, going, in gear or out of gear, the sound is still there. And if you rev the motor the sound revs also.

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  • Boomer

Posted August 20, 2001 - 12:36 AM

#22

WFO - your bike's ticking noise must be FREAKIN LOUD!!!!!!

Mine is very very VERY noticeable, as I said, while in neutral spinning the rear wheel. I don't think I would be able to hear it when the engine is running - I am going to go start it and listen to learn what I can hear.

Yours you can hear when reving the engine (in neutral, I presume) - that's says something else is going on there - but I can not say what it would be.

Boomer





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