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post #21 of 26 Old 11-28-2012, 12:49 PM
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I use Motul C1 chain cleaner http://www.motul.com/us/en-US/produc...%5Brange%5D=21

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So far that seems to be where the sound is coming from...heading to pep boys to grab some chain oil since my online order is lagging...Will keep ya'll updated on the problem after i lube and maintain my chain lol...How's you're situation? Did you fix your noise issue?
I havent touched the bike, been working to much, to much to drive with semi truck, 600 miles every day.for the weekend will open it.

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When are you gonna replace the chain? Where its on the addjusters mark?

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When are you gonna replace the chain? Where its on the addjusters mark?
The chain is clean and the noise is somewhat gone...but i was cleaning my brakes as i had my bike on stands (both front and back). I noticed that when i spun my front wheel, it made a scrapping noise (pretty light) as it was spinning, im guessing its somewhat touching my front break pad..(im under the assumption that its normal...yes??)

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The chain is clean and the noise is somewhat gone...but i was cleaning my brakes as i had my bike on stands (both front and back). I noticed that when i spun my front wheel, it made a scrapping noise (pretty light) as it was spinning, im guessing its somewhat touching my front break pad..(im under the assumption that its normal...yes??)
Yes thats normal. Can you make video when bike is on stands?
I will make one this weekend and we can compare!

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I've had a small rock stick in the caliper before and make odd sounds.

Pads drag on rotors normally and the sound like a smooth sliding sound, as mentioned...that is normal.




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