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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-30-2014, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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sounds dry.

so ive owned my 04 600rr for around three months now . rides like a champ now after a lot of suspension tweeking and upgraded to 06 front end.

anyway every time ride I hear a noise that something is dry or grinding down in the engine area . but it doesn't present its self when standing still revs all through to red line without any noise at all .

any idea what it could be ?
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drive chain.

could be rubbing on the swingarm if the rubber guide has worn away.

could be the front sprocket cover is full of crap and needs cleaning out.
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sounds dry.

Is it on a decel or acceleration? Have you replaced you CCT? (Cam chain tensioner)


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