Yes,but the point to have in mind is the circumstances.
Ie;yes. The sounds stops but then on the other hand i canīt very well put the engine under light acceleration/load with the clutch depressed/engaged.
Itīs gotten to the point where i actualy feel frustrated. Just for the sake of argument...i AM an old wardog as far as this goes. No BS. In short,i should be able to get this without even breaking a sweat,and i presume that to a large extent is what bugs me.
Iīve had more bike engines apart over the yrs than i care to remember.
(Albeit being an old pro formula mech)Tuned tons of ém...ported them aso aso.
Lemme put it this way. It sure sounds like a timingchain bottoming out somewhere but how can a timingchain under that amount of tension get to do that? Iīm just at a loss...
Again. If it was a bearing or pistonpin sound...the engine would have gone kaboom by now. Iīve ridden it like 500km or so since i got the bike just recently and those 500km hasnīt been the most mellow the bikeīs seen. I can attest to that much.
In spare time i tend to take it into the shop of mine to alter or adjust basicaly anything servicable and for every tour within the shop the bike just runs nicer and more mellow as well as picks up grunt.
This sound tho...i donīt get it.
Pretty thin...but COULD it be a bearing sound from one of the ballbearings for the box?
Itīs getting to the point where iīm giving thought to ripping the engine out of there and pickin it apart just to understand this,which OF COURSE shouldnīt be needed.