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Just noticed this the other day, when I rev the egine from idle I think I hear a "clunk" coming from the engine. Wasnt sure at first but I just took off my drag pipes and put on the stock style exhaust and I can hear it much better now. I only get it when I rev it up from idle and I am not sure where exactly in the engine it is coming from. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas off the top of thier head.
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Have you checked your motor mount bolts? Also check your seat tube down next to the rear motor mount casting to make sure you do not have a cracked or broken frame.
Belt or chain primary? If your chain is loose some times they make a bunch of noise when you first start to rev up. You would have a slight lag on start up and when shifting.Just something else to check.
Its the primary chain, just pulled the cover and watched it whack the housing a few times when reving it. Any way to adjust these? The only think I can think of is moving the transmission back a little.