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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-17-2017, 03:13 AM Thread Starter
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2006 cbr600rr rod knock what should I do or where do I find a new motor?

I have recently found huge chunks of brass and aluminum in my oil and started to notice that I have rod knock should I rebuild it or buy a new motor and where can I find a new motor
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I had the same problem on my 2007 600 I replaced the motor instead always the better option,However the downside is that you don't know if the motor you buying has been abused, You can go with a rebuild this will cost you alot more and no peace of mind

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Bro change the engine or motor coz i had same problem and rebuilt it change the rod after 30minute riding again sound like that start even i change oilpomp termostat oil filter timing chain cct ...mechanics say it piston noise and some excuse...now im hate cbr600 i decided to park a bike on the corner of yard.
Better to change rebuild will cost you alot

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Rebuild will cost you more time, money & effort, if you're up to the task & have complete servicing tools & manual go for it.

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