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my timing chain is making a ton of noise. its bad enough to where i can hear it over my buddies piped bike cruising. i took it in for valve adjustment and the guy said they werent to far off. so the tensioner is going to be my next step to trying to fix the noise. any recommendations on the rest though? not to sport bike savy lol
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guy gave me an oem tensioner when i got the bike. had it installed and took the noise away for about 1k miles. as for oil i use amsoil.

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my timing chain is making a ton of noise. its bad enough to where i can hear it over my buddies piped bike cruising. i took it in for valve adjustment and the guy said they werent to far off. so the tensioner is going to be my next step to trying to fix the noise. any recommendations on the rest though? not to sport bike savy lol
Id stick with an oem tensioner but that's just my opinion.

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Also If anyone needs and in depth work done to there bike I have the hook up on a certified motorcycle tech that does work on the side. He is doing my valve lash on my bike. I always do my own work but for the price Its not worth me dicking around for hours in a cold garage.

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Worked on Matt's bike for about an hour today. Got the levers, gas cap, and stripped the tail section for the exhaust and integrated tail section.

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that bike looks good. i need to quit spending money on my car and hop onto getting my bike going

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wasnt that bad out today lol

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-manual timing chain tensioner - Eff that, go OEM, IMO.
Was that the same sprocket you were using in July during that group ride when your "tire" kept slipping


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Haha. No, that was a Vortex pile-o-sh*t.

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I've been using Vortex, Haven't had any issues Whats everyone complaints?

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I guess I've lucked out. I put my -1+2 set up on with a RK chain at 10k miles. At 24k I had to replace the rear sprocket cause the teeth were worn down. All I did was slap a new sprocket on the rear I'm at 32k now and both the front and rear sprockets and chain look good still. I feel Like im pretty rough on them too. Lots up Clutched up wheelies Several trips to the drag strip I launch it at 11-12k when racing. I've had to replace the clutch. but Id say I'm happy with the vortex and RK chain.


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I got 18K miles out of my Vortex, so I really can't complain. Just went to sh*t really fast.

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Was a little too cold outside to work on Matt's bike, soooo...

I brought it inside.

Got the rest of the body panels off, installed the Leo Vince and tail light. Looks good, IMO!

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That thing is sexy. Chads wife will wake up and see him thrusting it tonight hahaha jk


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Going to look at a wrx wagon on Thursday. 05 with 63,000 has these mods

- vf43 (40K, New Seals, No wastegate Crack, Zero Shaft Play, ported and polished)
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- Megan 3" Full Turbo Back Exhaust
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- General G-Max Tires 224/40 (2K miles on them)
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He do not have the stock wheels anymore. The only thing this car needs are front brakes and an o2 sensor. He is installing the 02 sensor tomorrow.
Mileage is just under 64000. All parts installed and tune 10K ago, zero issues with anything.
It also has 5% tint and a glare strip on the front window.
It has a few rock chips. Original owner lived on a dirt road. There is small dent on the fender . Also guy Just replaced the trans an both diff fluids with Amsoil Severe Gear.

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seems a bit high for just a wrx. but it does have low miles which is nice

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Looks good. At least it is the correct color!

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some people on nasioc said its over priced. has some nice parts on it though.

the extras I was interested in was:
- Perrin Front and Rear 25mm Sways (NIB)
- Kartboy Front and Rear Endlink (NIB)
- Autometer Bezel Pod (Dual 52mm)
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but he will prolly make the price over 16,000. those sways are $500 used...and his are new in the box.


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