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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-02-2008, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Rearset Vibration

Lately Ive been getting a lot of vibration in my right rearset at just about all rpm. I haven't seen anyone complain about this before but its bugging the hell out of me, my right foot goes numb after like 10 mins while there is no vibration in the left peg. Any Idea what it is?

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Any loose rear set parts?

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you need thicker flip flops. j/k

really, double check that everything is tight, I dont notice any more vibration on the right than left, really dont notice any vibration at all.
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I get more in the right side too. Its just something that you have to deal with man.
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the transmission is on that side right....i would just assume thats the cause
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I paid more attention to it today, and yeah, I feel it now, but only really noticeable right around 7k rpm, and when I have the arch of my foot on the peg

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if you take the slack out of your clutch lever, does the sound go away?
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Is your chain clean and set at a good tension?

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I notice it less now. Slack in the clutch doesn't seem to make it better and my chain in well lubed and at proper slack. Nothings loose so I assume theres probably nothing I can do. Maybe an excuse for some new rearsets haha.

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when you looked over your chain, did you take notice if any of the teeth are missing or hooked?
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I just looked at it all seems fine. Wouldn't that effect the left side more than the right?

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the chassis is pretty unified. you can feel a transmission vibration at the handlebars, for instance. it wouldn't surprise me.
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Ya not to sure. I'll be doing a 520 conversion soon enough so if thats the problem the new sprockets and chain should fix it.

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don't be surprised if it remains. 520 gears can be mighty loose.
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Getting this bad now, did you ever find the cause?

Got noticible after fitting the Akra full system and gets so bad sometimes my right toes go numb.

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This thread lives on!!!!!!!

My right rearset is vibrating too! It has only just started doing it, and my 520 chain is about shot, and the teeth on the rear sprocket are curving and rounded. So i think that may be the case now that i read this thread.

I put wheel weights on the back of the rearset and it helped a little bit.


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My bike has just developed this problem, and the vibrations are much worse on the right side as well.
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