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I had a new tire put on the rear now i have a
If it has only started doing it with that tyre, then it is possible that that tyre is not compatible with your bike. Sounds silly, I know. But bikes are strange animals, and some tyres will create speed wobbles and vibrations and when you change them over to another brand it all goes away. Take it back to the people who fitted the tyre and have them check it out. If they find nothing ask them to fit another brand of tyre to see it that cures the problem.
on Oct 09, 2014
IN temps over 100 degrees
Best to change out the coolant, try not to use different coolants together. They often do not like each other.
Get one that is good for an alloy engine and glycol based. Also keep away from the green stuff, it is usually crud.
on Aug 08, 2011
Clicking sound from rear wheel
If shaft drive, check that the bolts are tight on driveshaft housing and also look for oil leak there.
Check/ Change rear gear oil. Tighten loose bolts
If chain driven, check/ adjust chain tension, a loose chain will make noise.
if chain is dirty it will make noise.
Other than that the only thing i can think of is you have a nail in your tire and your hearing it hit the road everytime it goes around
on Dec 03, 2010
Rocket 3 wont start. dials dead
Lift the tank. Underneath it you'll find a plastic connector block joining loads of wires together. Turn the ignition on and push this connector block together, or twist it around a bit. If the ignition sequence starts, it'll be because the wires in the connector block are corroded. Moving the block sometimes makes a temporary fix, but ultimately it'll happen again until the block or the wiring harness ideally, is replaced.
on Nov 09, 2010
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