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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-01-2010, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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Woosh woosh woosh

As the title states....whats the noise coming from the bottom of my bike?
Its clearer when the bike is rolling on neutral or with the clutch in.

Any clue?

Oh by the way, its an 04 CBR600RR....

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-01-2010, 10:10 AM
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Your tires? Chain maybe?

We need more info.
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I have no idea...what info are you after?
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What speeds, is the engine running, front or rear, etc? Is it only happening in tunnels or if you pass pillars, walls, or other cars?
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So far i've heard it with engine running, I'll check again tomorrow without the engine. Thats a good point actually, cos if its without the engine then its likely to be the wheels/chain?
I can't tell if its from the front or the rear but I can tell you is that the woosh woosh speed is proportional to the road/wheel speed.
Its not from a tunnel or anything just normal suburban open road.

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maybe ghost rider is makign aussie videos...
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flat spot on the tyre maybe, or bearing?

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Ok, I did the chain again, lubed it and pumped the tyres to correct pressure.
The wooshing noise is now gone, but theres a whining noise sounds like its coming from the front.
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lol. you must suck at telling stories
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something stuck in the intake? Front brakes not disengaging properly?
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lol. you must suck at telling stories
LOL i do actually....

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something stuck in the intake? Front brakes not disengaging properly?
well when i roll the bike with engine off, theres noise from the pads rubbing the disks but i thought thats normal as my 250 had that aswell.
The whining becomes higher pitched as the speed increases and deepens when slowing down
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warped rotor??? im thinking it may have a slight bend in it and its contacting the pads intermittently


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Well...i bought home the bike over a month ago and it didn't have the noise till 2 weeks ago. I haven't been in any kind of accidents since
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