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Engine ticking sound

Gone to Honda for a free oil change. After they told me I have a ticking sound coming somewhere from the bike. Turned the bike on and nothing. Soon as I put it on first took off slowly the ticking started. Lasted for few seconds. Gave it some gas and went away. Same sound came on a stop at a light. Turned around. Honda told me maybe I have to clean out my carbs my injectors could be dirty. Only have 2300 miles. Help!?!?
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Yep, clean out the carbs. Whilst you're at it check the indicator fluid.

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Two threads must be better than one, right? Oh yeah, don't these bikes have two carbs?
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Yep clean out the carbs and lemme know how it goes.

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Yep clean out the carbs and lemme know how it goes.
Queue the "how do I get to the carbs?". ;-)

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Two threads must be better than one, right? Oh yeah, don't these bikes have two carbs?
Yeah, the first carb only works with the first set of injectors, second one with the second set.

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Yeah, the first carb only works with the first set of injectors, second one with the second set.
I need to spend more time in this section, I'm learnin' stuff.
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I need to spend more time in this section, I'm learnin' stuff.
Like replacing the indicator fluid filter? Or helmets melting?

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Honda told you that, huh? That dealership must see you coming and the guys draw straws to see who gets to **** with you that day.

Dude, get a clue and stop trolling here, it's not even funny anymore. If you are that stupid please do everyone a favor and sell your bike so you don't hurt yourself or someone else.
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If you are that stupid please do everyone a favor and sell your bike so you don't hurt yourself or someone else.
This comes to mind.


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You guys are kidding right? Our bike has carburetor?
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Queue the "how do I get to the carbs?". ;-)
If I remember correctly they're seated inside the tires alongside the vtec solenoid.

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This comes to mind.

This can't be real... That's too good. He's on an r6 forum but I spy a single sided swingarm.

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This can't be real... That's too good. He's on an r6 forum but I spy a single sided swingarm.
Lol that's in NZ and it's a Diavel...
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This can't be real... That's too good. He's on an r6 forum but I spy a single sided swingarm.
Yeah, I know. Darwinism if it is real. Otherwise, I really hope he just soaked his tyres with water and did it for sh*ts and giggles.

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