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alanhTue Nov-30-04 10:20 PM

  
"new vibrations"


  

          

I have a 75 mkIII with about 32000 miles. I'm now getting a chainy sound from the primary case while the motor is decellerating below about 3000 rpm. Is this chain whip or resonance thats mentioned in some earlier posts? I'm considering a new triplex chain and/or adjusters. Any help troubleshooting would be appreciated. thanks alan

  

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MichaelBWed Dec-01-04 09:03 AM
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Do you get a clackety clack at off idle acceleration?

Mike

  

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alanhWed Dec-01-04 04:41 PM

  
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no not that I've noticed. alan

  

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MichaelBWed Dec-01-04 05:49 PM
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The clackety clack off idle happens when the hydraulic tensioners pump up. Since yours doesn't make the noise, the tensioners can be assumed to be working properly. I am not familiar with the chainy noise you describe. There are numorous gears in there along with a sprag. Does your E-start work? I would definitely tear down the primary and have a look.

Mike

  

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but I am tprWed Dec-15-04 06:55 PM

  
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Alanh, Make sure the noise isn't coming from a slack rear chain! Cheers!

  

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