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The other day when I was riding I was coming to a stop and had the clutch all the way in and when I’d rev the bike up a bit with the clutch in a would feel a clunk and it felt like the bike was jerking forward a bit. Seems to only happen sometimes, what can this be? Also when I let off the throttle and rpms drop down to 5-2k I hear a ticking sound from the front end of bike. Pretty sure I hear the same tick as I speed up but the faster I go it turns into a whine.


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sounds like you're getting "false neutral" in between gears.

Try shifting more positively, and be careful to rev match.....

For ticking, put bike up on stands and spin wheel, see if you can ID source of clicking?
 

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sounds like you're getting "false neutral" in between gears.



Try shifting more positively, and be careful to rev match.....



For ticking, put bike up on stands and spin wheel, see if you can ID source of clicking?


I always shift good and down shift and rev match and it always feels smooth. It’s just when I’m rolling with clutch disengaged


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Make sure your clutch lever has about a half inch of free play, if your cable is adjusted properly your clutch plates may be sticking, do you do wheelies or clutch ups at all ? Or did the previous owner? Aluminum clutch basket ears get clutch plate indents over time causing the plates to stick. If or when you replace the clutch take the basket off and use some really smooth sandpaper and sand the basket ears flush and smooth getting rid of the indents on all of the ears. Look at the photo for an idea of what I’m talking about 605B50AA-CD00-402D-9A1D-F09DA1A0F4CA_1561727291374.jpeg
 

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Make sure your clutch lever has about a half inch of free play, if your cable is adjusted properly your clutch plates may be sticking, do you do wheelies or clutch ups at all ? Or did the previous owner? Aluminum clutch basket ears get clutch plate indents over time causing the plates to stick. If or when you replace the clutch take the basket off and use some really smooth sandpaper and sand the basket ears flush and smooth getting rid of the indents on all of the ears. Look at the photo for an idea of what I’m talking about View attachment 201239


No wheelies and bike only had 20k. Seems to only happen sometimes and it doesn’t affect shifting at all and not 100% sure but seems to only happen at slower speeds like 5-20kmh


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