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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-17-2010, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Question whats that damn noise?

so whenever im riding near the median and thears a wall that traps sound near it like a concrete divider i hear a ticking noise while im on the throttle. my friend tells me its the injectors spitting. is this right?
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so whenever im riding near the median and thears a wall that traps sound near it like a concrete divider i hear a ticking noise while im on the throttle. my friend tells me its the injectors spitting. is this right?
its the clickity clack of the chain.


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its the clickity clack of the chain.

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makes sense thanks, is that a sign of it needing to be tightened or normal?
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makes sense thanks, is that a sign of it needing to be tightened or normal?
Generally that's good, as long as it's not "slouching" too bad while you're sitting on it.

Personally, I would rather have it be a tad bit loose vs. having it too tight.
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If it's incredibly loose then I would worry about it. You may need an adjustment.
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and adjustment is 10$ tops i paid that much a few days back


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If it's incredibly loose then I would worry about it. You may need an adjustment.
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and adjustment is 10$ tops i paid that much a few days back
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Yeah bro its the chain... may need to be tighten or replaced!
Do it quick before it wears your sprockets out!


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