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post #1 of 11 Old 05-19-2016, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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2006 1000rr Whine and Clicking help

my 06 1000rr has about 18K miles on her and since i bought her its had a whining noise. never thought anything about it until more recently when i started noticing a clicking noise. i figured it was the CCT rattle so i replaced the tensioner with another oem one. well i still have the clicking noise. Here is a quick video i uploaded.




the clicking sounds like its coming from the top of the engine (near cam gears) and also the bottom (near bottom cam chain gear) which leads me to believe it was the CCT or the cam chain is too stretched. I havent opened her up yet to see how in "time" the chain is. I will do that as soon as i get a chance.

i cant quite pin point the whine noise, it sounds like from both side of the engine. i didnt notice anything out of the ordinary when i took off the clutch cover. i havent taken off the stator cover to see if there is anything loose or broken there. I have seen on here some people had a loose or broken stator and it caused a whine. I hope its not the crank gear whine like the 08's.

any help would be great. thanks all

here is another quick vid of it clicking, you can hear it better in this vid.

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post #2 of 11 Old 05-19-2016, 10:38 PM
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sounds like an RC51 , Id pull the side cover inspect , yank the tank/air box and take a look under the valve cover to .
I have to ask what is the vest for ?
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just squidding when i went down the street and back to have a little bike fix. i should know better as ive had a bad spill back in 2012 and was hospitalized and everything even with a my leather.

but yes i plan on opening her up this weekend to take a look. just looking to see if anyone could point me in any direction.
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just squidding when i went down the street and back to have a little bike fix. i should know better as ive had a bad spill back in 2012 and was hospitalized and everything even with a my leather.

but yes i plan on opening her up this weekend to take a look. just looking to see if anyone could point me in any direction.
Yeah Man I just pointed - All the gears and chains are on that side of motor , look for abnormal wear , its almost sounds as if the your one way starter clutch is dragging - thats on the crank . While you have it apart grab some feeler gauges and checks the cam/lifter clearance .
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Yeah Man I just pointed - All the gears and chains are on that side of motor , look for abnormal wear , its almost sounds as if the your one way starter clutch is dragging - thats on the crank . While you have it apart grab some feeler gauges and checks the cam/lifter clearance .
i have it all opened and all the gears look normal. nothing looks damaged on the gear. the CCT feels like its doing its job, i the cam chain has no play with the CCT installed. timing is still correct.

there is a chain i believe its the oil pump chain that feels like it has a lot of play. is this normal?


so far i cant tell whats going on. I dont have a "gear holder" to hold the gears so i can remove the starter clutch to inspect the one way clutch on there. is there anyway i can "feel" it going bad by just spinning the starter clutch gear? if i really try to wiggle the little gear it has a tiny bit of play. sign of a bad starter clutch?

I need to get some feeler gauges also to check clearance but there is no metal shaving up top either so i guess thats good.

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I used a aluminum block between a crank weight and the case to break the starter clutch loose .
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right next to my middle finger in the pic , it was meant for someone else .
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right next to my middle finger in the pic , it was meant for someone else .
so far i can tell the starter clutch looks good. nothing looks broken or damaged. no weird noises when spinning it in my hand either.

is there something specific i should be hearing?
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right next to my middle finger in the pic , it was meant for someone else .
here is a video of right before i took it off.


what do you think?
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here is a video of right before i took it off.

https://youtu.be/w5nEY9Y4nuU

what do you think?
Seems to be functioning normally .
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