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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-20-2016, 03:54 AM Thread Starter
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Do you have pics from the exhaust? I haven't seen one here yet.


Must be some great riding in South Africa! Good luck.
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I am willing to put money on the fact its not the side stand or the center stand, its the chain bouncing on the slider makes quite a slap on rough ground just look at how long the swing-arm is compared to other bikes. Mine did this before the center stand was installed and I cable tied the side stand to prove the point.

I agree it is the chain.
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I agree it is the chain.
This afternoon I strapped the side and center stand down and went for a short ride where I knew the noise would be. The 'clang' is still there! I had someone ride next to me and it seems to be the chain for sure. Seems like this is something just to get used to?

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