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i have an 07 cbr1000rr and when i take off from a dead stop there is a small knock comming from around the front sprocket but when i get past 10mph it goes away can any body tell what it might be
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i have an 07 cbr1000rr and when i take off from a dead stop there is a small knock comming from around the front sprocket but when i get past 10mph it goes away can any body tell what it might be
Welcom to the forum bbyjkr31.

A slack chain may cause noise as you describe on some bikes, e.g. on CBF1000 bikes. I have not observed this on my 08cbr1000rr though.

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A slack chain may cause noise as you describe on some bikes
A dirty or worn chain with a bad link can cause quite a racket. What condition is the chain in?
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Re: cbr1000rr

Yeah could be a siezed chain link.
The sound probably doesn't go away at 10mph, it just gets drowned out by engine and wind noise.

P.S. Also make sure your sprocket isn't loose!
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thanks man that is all it was
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