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  1. #1
    Baby Twin
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Canary Wharf

    "Clunk" noise when throttle off

    When riding at any speed and I let off the power I can hear and feel a slight "clunk" through the handlebars.

    Its not the head bearing as Southern Cross changed them. It's not really bad, just something i noticed.
    Any of you guys have it too? Is it normal? What could it be?

    Cheers for any help

  2. #2
    Yep, mine did this when I picked it up.

    After I got it home and checked it out, all I could find wrong was the chain free play.

    Adjusted the chain so that it had around 20mm free play and it's as smooth as a babies bum.

    Hope that this cures your clunk mate.

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    One Liter Duc Eater agreat1's Avatar
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    Oct 2007
    i'd go with chain too, its prob jumping of the front cog when decelerating
    check wear pattern on the teeth of front and rear sprockets

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