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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-22-2005, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
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may need new cct?

Well I have done a search and read about the cct and I think it might be my problem but I just wanted to double check.

The bike sounds fine everywhere in the rpm's except about 4k-5.5k. At that point there is a sound that is a cross between a ticking and a vibration sound. It gradually gets louder from 4k-5.5k. I also noticed that when the weather is about 60-70*f the noise is a lot louder.

The bike is an 2004 600rr with 1600mi.

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I forgot to ask, where I can get a cct from.
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It's very possible. Which side does it sound like it's coming from?


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Its hard to say but If I had to pick a side I would say the right.
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Well, if you said it only happened on cold starts I would've said to change back to a 10W-40 oil. But because it's happening at 4-5k rpm it very well could be the CCT. Does it still rattle when it warms up?


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Well I took the bike out tonight and found that the vibration part of the noise is coming from the tank. At around 5k I would push on the tank and the vibration noise would go away. I am going to take the tank cover off and fix this vibration, then see if the cct is making as much noise as I thought.
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its the CCT, I just changed mine on my F4 not too long ago.. Sounded like a "rocks in a can" pinging sound that would start like clockwork between 4-4.5K and go away around 6k. Changed the CCT, problem solved.
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That's good news. It's highly unlikly that a bike with 1600 miles on it could have a bad CCT but not impossible. Just for the record, your CCT will sound like a bad lifter in your car if you've ever heard one.


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Well I took the bike out tonight and found that the vibration part of the noise is coming from the tank. At around 5k I would push on the tank and the vibration noise would go away. I am going to take the tank cover off and fix this vibration, then see if the cct is making as much noise as I thought.
It is NOT the CCT! It's the tank cover vibrating against with the ECU underneath. Do a search for "dynamat" on this site - lots of people (including me) have added pieces of dynamat to fix this.

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