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post #1 of 13 Old 03-08-2010, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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When idling in neutral quad has a knocking sound when the clutch is not pulled in. What would cause this?

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i thinks it normal my xx dose it.. i think it just vibration going though the primary gears...
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ive got it too, pretty sure its just normal vibrations through the gears...
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Mine doesnt do that at all. Its pretty quiet with the clutch in or out
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mine too, and my buddies, and my brother-in-laws, think it must be normal. couldn't really say if any others make noise due to the fact that these are the only three xx's i've ever seen.

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its very faint and u only can hear it when ur eather siting on it or standing on the right side....
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Mine does it too. I think they all do. Pay attention to the noise though because I noticed a similar noise under the gas tank and it was the valves knocking. Got them adjusted and it is a lot quieter now. Just don't ignore the noises. It could cost you in the long run.

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I think there was a clutch basket issue. some thing like it came loose ???
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The suzuki vstrom 1000 does it to go to stormtoopers and they will explain it but it is piston slap thank about the size pf that piston and the straight up and down postion nothing to worry about I 20k hard miles on my bike never no metal in the oil same for the quad
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It's not piston slap

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