REPOST Enforcement Mod
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Wesley Chapel, FL (The Dub-C)
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It would help if you could isolate the area where the sound is originating from on the motor. Right side? Left side? Front? Back? What was done to it in the recent service? What else is done to the bike?
Without that sort of information, it's an involved process to pinpoint the issue. Could be the timing chain, the valves, the cams, the stator, the pistons/connecting rods, clutch basket, engine mounts, etc. Most deceleration noises are from the relaxed top run of the drive chain flopping onto the swingarm, but since those are new parts I would hope not. It's at least worth checking what slack is on the chain quick.
I may not be perfect, but at least I don't ride a Suzuki.
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