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Hi all. 2010 fury with 30000 kms. Engine started ticking after bike warms up after installing big city thunder baffles. I've check the valve clearance and seems fine. One was a little tight adjusted and still the noise is there. Anyone have any suggestions for me? Driving me nuts with the nice weather coming.
 

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Hi all. 2010 fury with 30000 kms. Engine started ticking after bike warms up after installing big city thunder baffles. I've check the valve clearance and seems fine. One was a little tight adjusted and still the noise is there. Anyone have any suggestions for me? Driving me nuts with the nice weather coming.
When you checked the valve lash was the engine stone cold?
 

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Hi all. 2010 fury with 30000 kms. Engine started ticking after bike warms up after installing big city thunder baffles. I've check the valve clearance and seems fine. One was a little tight adjusted and still the noise is there. Anyone have any suggestions for me? Driving me nuts with the nice weather coming.
I had a problem with the side chrome cover where you put the key in.. I have a 2010 and someone stole the gromit's that held it in and put shitty ones in it... when i rode the bike it sounded like i was gonna need a valve job, the faster you go the more it rattles.(more of a tap tap). 2 on the side and the 1 at the bottom. take the cover off see if it stops.. drove me crazy
 

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After going out and re listening the noise seems to be coming from the bottom right side of the motor.
 

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Pull off the right side clutch cover (easy) and do a visual check. If nothing easy pull apart the clutch discs.

Hopefully nothing deeper in the motor.

Check your oil level , confirm 10w30.

Good luck
 

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Pull off the right side clutch cover (easy) and do a visual check. If nothing easy pull apart the clutch discs.

Hopefully nothing deeper in the motor.

Check your oil level , confirm 10w30.

Good luck
Anything in particular I should look for in there? Oil level good. Just changed with brand new oil
 

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Check for exhaust leak 1st, yes...after warm up could start leaking.

Oil level check is bike level...dipstick not screwed in.

Multi viscosity is important 10w30, if tick is subtle maybe 10w40 ??
 

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Check for exhaust leak 1st, yes...after warm up could start leaking.

Oil level check is bike level...dipstick not screwed in.

Multi viscosity is important 10w30, if tick is subtle maybe 10w40 ??
Dealer gave me 10w40. Was ticking before the change and after. Bike was level and dip stick not screwed in.
 

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Kbuskill is probably most knowledgeable about the Fury.

If not exhaust leak, the clutch cover will probably need to come off.

Good luck
 

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It's possible for ticks to go away when the metal gets hot and expands, closing up the hole.... I suppose it could work the other way as well.

If you suspect the clutch I would try pulling the clutch lever in while it is ticking and see if the noise changes.

10w30 for cooler climates... 10w40 for warmer climates is the recommendation.
 

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It's possible for ticks to go away when the metal gets hot and expands, closing up the hole.... I suppose it could work the other way as well.

If you suspect the clutch I would try pulling the clutch lever in while it is ticking and see if the noise changes.

10w30 for cooler climates... 10w40 for warmer climates is the recommendation.
Thanks. Will try pulling the clutch lever in tomorrow. Pretty cold here today. Maybe I should drop the oil and switch to 10w30 then. Not sure why the honda dealer would give me 10w40 if it's not recommended. I'm in Ontario Canada so still pretty cold here.
 

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It's possible for ticks to go away when the metal gets hot and expands, closing up the hole.... I suppose it could work the other way
If you are sure noise is from right side.

Am thinking along the line of checking the teeth on clutch basket maybe small debris wedged in tooth..when gets hot , expands, then ?

I think he said noise present at cold start but gets louder when warmed up.

Plan on taking the clutch cover off.

Take it to service dealer and have them listen to it for a second opinion.

Might be normal engine noise that you are not used to.
 

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If you are sure noise is from right side.

Am thinking along the line of checking the teeth on clutch basket maybe small debris wedged in tooth..when gets hot , expands, then ?

I think he said noise present at cold start but gets louder when warmed up.

Plan on taking the clutch cover off.

Take to service dealer listen to it for opinion.
No noise at start up. Only once it heats up. Torqued exhaust bolts and still there. Going to take it to honda dealer and let them have a listen when It warms up a bit here.
 

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Thought of doing that but I've read many people have installed those baffles and haven't heard of anyone else have the same issue. Also the old baffles did not survive the removal so putting them back in is not an option for me.
 

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Wow , maybe they are not positioned right or wrong baffles and causing high back pressure, and then the exhaust leak...but only after hot ? Maybe after period of time and it builds up ?

IDK.

OK, I know I'm just grasping for straws.

So I'll quit posting and wait for the final solution.
 
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