What kind of motorcycle makes a loud ticking noise?

What kind of motorcycle makes a loud ticking noise?

Both Suzuki’s and Kawasaki’s have been notorious for loud Cam chain noise. This ticking can vary in volume as the bike ages getting louder and softer.

Why does my car make a ticking noise when I change the oil?

A ticking sound could be caused by any number of reasons, such as a low level of oil or loose components. You may hear a ticking, clicking, or tapping noise while the vehicle is idling, accelerating, or even after receiving an oil change.

Why does my tensior chain make a rattling noise?

The volume varies because the chain tensioner uses a ratchet type sytem, as the chain stretches the plunger moves further out keeping tension on the chain, but sometimes there is a middle point where the tensior’s plunger can’t quite get to the next ratchet lock, causing the chain to make a more rattling noise than usual.

Why does my car engine make strange noises?

A car engine is bound to make noises. After all, there are so many moving components and parts inside of an engine as it is running. Most of these noises are not very loud and they are nothing to worry about. But there are times when engine noises will sound a bit unusual or strange.

What should I do if I hear a noise on my bike?

To check, grab your front brake lever and rock the bike front to back. If the headset is loose, you should be able to feel movement. Solution: Loosen your stem bolts and tighten your headset bolt. Once you’ve tightened the headset, secure your stem bolts and check using the brake lever test.

Where does the ticking noise come from on my bike?

Since he said he thought it was coming from the bottom bracket, I decided to test that theory even though I would expect a BB tick to do it at all speeds and only under pedaling pressure.

Why does my bike make a clunking noise when I pedal?

Symptoms: A clunking sound on the bottom of the bike that only occurs when you pedal may be coming from the bottom bracket. Solution: If it isn’t a loose pedal, chances are you may have a loose bottom bracket. To tighten the bottom bracket, you’ll need to remove the crank arms.

Why does my car make a low ticking noise?

The reason for low engine oil could be due to a leak somewhere. Perhaps you have damaged or worn out gaskets or seals. Either way, you will know if you have low engine oil because your engine will start to overheat. It needs the oil to cool it off.