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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-19-2016, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Engine noise on cold start, any ideas please

I have a noise on my 05 600rr has 14000 miles on it, the noise is intermittent and only happens on cold start/neutral for around 30secs to a minute then it's gone. It comes from the rear of the engine near the rear shock and the best way I can describe it is a rotating, slow paced, growling/droning noise. Performance wise it's fine all gears select how they should oil is changed every 2000miles it's very well looked after. And ideas you wonderful lot
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It could be a couple of things. Top end chatter is common due to lack of lubrication during a cold start up. But you said its coming from the rear.. Does the noise increase if you rev the bike??
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it's likely normal. the clutch and transmission will make some noise when the oil is cold
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I don't apply throttle until it's warm it almost sounds like a pulley going bad in a car of a bearing but the oil was clean when drained a few silver spec but I believe this is normal? And it goes away once the bike gets up to temp
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