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So I had a little accident yesterday I already posted that on the crash boom bang thread but I slid out the other night in cold weather going about 10mph and it only slid about 5 feet. But anyhow the bike is making some weird noise it sounds like it's coming from the right side of the engine and it sounds like it only makes a noise when I rev the bike. It's not crazy loud but theres definitely a sound there. I'll post a link to the youtube video so everyone can get an idea of what I'm hearing. By the way there is no damage to the engine casing or anything like that just the fairings were damaged.
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Hard to say from video.... But could be ur cam chain tensioner that is the side that it timing chain and cam gears r on



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For some reason the sound isn't playing for me but that would make sense if it was the cct


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Cam chain for sure. It either needs a new tensioner or a new chain.

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Is that a hard thing to do put a new tensioner in or tighten the chain?

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How to replace the CCT with a new stock CCT

very good how-to here. it's not a hard thing to replace
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How to replace the CCT with a new stock CCT

very good how-to here. it's not a hard thing to replace
I was just looking at that thread haha. Should I change the belt while I'm at it or Is it not worth it?

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I assume you mean the chain? no I wouldn't change it. the CCT's are well known for being $hit on these bikes. swap it out & the noise should disappear instantly, plus its a lot easier to check that first rather than stripping the engine
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Yes sorry I meant chain. Ill call my local dealer when they open tomorrow and hopefully they have the part and ill hopefully get it up and running again. I really appreciate the feedback

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no worries. I swapped mine fairly recently, solved the buzzing noise instantly, just be sure to read that "how to" completely before starting it. I've heard a few horror stories of people rushing it
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no worries. I swapped mine fairly recently, solved the buzzing noise instantly, just be sure to read that "how to" completely before starting it. I've heard a few horror stories of people rushing it
Yeah I'll probably just keep my laptop next to me while working on it and do everything step by step to make sure I do it correctly but it doesn't seem too bad from what I'm seeing on that how to thread

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no worries. I swapped mine fairly recently, solved the buzzing noise instantly, just be sure to read that "how to" completely before starting it. I've heard a few horror stories of people rushing it
Hey am I looking for the cam chain tensioner or the lifter. The guy at my local dealer said its two different parts and people just refer to the lifter as the tensioner

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Mine makes a weird sound too: the sound of awesome.

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Hey am I looking for the cam chain tensioner or the lifter. The guy at my local dealer said its two different parts and people just refer to the lifter as the tensioner
its the lifter/tensioner you want, I think the part number is 14520-MEE-003 or 14520-MEE-013, one of those anyway

I've checked, its definetely 14520-MEE-013 you need

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its the lifter/tensioner you want, I think the part number is 14520-MEE-003 or 14520-MEE-013, one of those anyway

I've checked, its definetely 14520-MEE-013 you need
Yeah I ordered one today with the gasket it should be in, in about a week

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My bike does that when it's cold...I've been assuming I need to adjust the valves lol (sounds like valve tapping in a car)...maybe I'll give the CCT a shot...that is way easier than digging for valves :D

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My bike does that when it's cold...I've been assuming I need to adjust the valves lol (sounds like valve tapping in a car)...maybe I'll give the CCT a shot...that is way easier than digging for valves :D
Yep that's why I posted up the vid. I figured I'd try to get some input from people who really knew a lot about the bike so I wouldn't have to dig through the whole bike

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Cam chain for sure. It either needs a new tensioner or a new chain.
Hey I put on a new oem cct and my bike still makes the same noise. is it possible that I got a bad cct or do you think it's something else?

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I guess its possible but unlikely. could you just be hearing normal engine noise & just paying closer attention to it? I know I do that sometimes
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I guess its possible but unlikely. could you just be hearing normal engine noise & just paying closer attention to it? I know I do that sometimes
I mean maybe I could be but that sound from the video I put up is still there after I changed the CCT and it only does it when I rev the bike. At idle it doesn't make that sound.

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can you post up another vid to compare them? the rough rattling definitely sounds like mine did before I changed the CCT.

is the other noise that kind of whooshing sound when you turn the throttle?
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can you post up another vid to compare them? the rough rattling definitely sounds like mine did before I changed the CCT.

is the other noise that kind of whooshing sound when you turn the throttle?
Yeah I'll upload another video to my youtube channel right now then post it up. The vid I took is right after I put the new CCT on last weekend.

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can you post up another vid to compare them? the rough rattling definitely sounds like mine did before I changed the CCT.

is the other noise that kind of whooshing sound when you turn the throttle?

Try that it should work the quality might be bad because I just uploaded. Tell me what you think

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were both vids made with cold start ups?

in the second vid I can't hear the buzzing noise from the cam chain like I could in the first, so the new CCT did something. I can still hear the clutch noise, but if the engine is cold it explains that.

a lot of these noises fade when the engine temp goes up but never fully go away which is why so many people (including myself) think "what's that noise?". there's nothing in those vids that would make me think there are any serious problems, but I'm not standing next to it nor know the history of the bike.

does it still run well? any accelleration issues or difficult gear changes?

honda build very reliable engines so IMO theres a good chance your crash did nothing to hurt it, but it did make you more aware of noises that were probably already there.

I'll start my bike up shortly & see what I can hear & compare your vids again

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were both vids made with cold start ups?

in the second vid I can't hear the buzzing noise from the cam chain like I could in the first, so the new CCT did something. I can still hear the clutch noise, but if the engine is cold it explains that.

a lot of these noises fade when the engine temp goes up but never fully go away which is why so many people (including myself) think "what's that noise?". there's nothing in those vids that would make me think there are any serious problems, but I'm not standing next to it nor know the history of the bike.

does it still run well? any accelleration issues or difficult gear changes?

honda build very reliable engines so IMO theres a good chance your crash did nothing to hurt it, but it did make you more aware of noises that were probably already there.

I'll start my bike up shortly & see what I can hear & compare your vids again

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No you are being very helpful I really appreciate your help. Both of those vids were in fact cold start ups. I haven't ridden the bike because I took all of the plastics off when I brought the bike home and the plastics that hold the headlight assembly in cracked so I guess when it stops snowing I can zip tie the headlights on and take it for a quick spin down the road and see how it is driving it. But it definitely could just be me that is thinking it is making a noise. Also when the bike fell the engine casings didn't even get hit. The bike actually fell on the opposite side of the CCT

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definitely take it a spin when you can & get it up to temp. when its cold, the idle is fast, the clutch is loud, the fluids are heating up & moving around, theres lots of different noises that can drive you mad.

I know how crazy these things can make you, sometimes you just have to forget about the noises as best you can (or buy a louder exhaust lol).

when you do get it out, if you can feel the bike is doing things it shouldn't be then check it all again
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definitely take it a spin when you can & get it up to temp. when its cold, the idle is fast, the clutch is loud, the fluids are heating up & moving around, theres lots of different noises that can drive you mad.

I know how crazy these things can make you, sometimes you just have to forget about the noises as best you can (or buy a louder exhaust lol).

when you do get it out, if you can feel the bike is doing things it shouldn't be then check it all again
Yeah I my grandfather is coming over later and he's been a mechanic for his whole life so i'll let him listen to it to get some in person input and let you know what he thinks.

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Yeah I my grandfather is coming over later and he's been a mechanic for his whole life so i'll let him listen to it to get some in person input and let you know what he thinks.
sounds good, always better to hear things up close, let us know
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i put the manual cct it works great on my bike!
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sounds good, always better to hear things up close, let us know
Alright well I brought it to my local shop today and the guy said its normal he just said when the weather gets better and I put the bike back together ride it and if I don't feel anything then it should be fine now I just have to wait for some parts to come in I ordered and try and find a front fairing for the headlights and blinkers

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