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March 21st, 2014, 02:25 AM   #11
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Re: Mecanical whining noise

Hej.
Changed crank gear and clutch basket in my 501 -00 and got a similar sound, perhaps the crank gear is not perfektly alinged with the clutch basket?
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March 21st, 2014, 03:28 AM   #12
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Re: Mecanical whining noise

in my bike I can say for sure the sound is not the balancer i chucked it in the bin

I did try to work out where it was coming from once and made a confident decision about it... I can't remember what it was though.. when I concentrate a lot and try to remember all I see is breasts
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Re: Mecanical whining noise

bushmechanic, you are a guru in all aspects
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Re: Mecanical whining noise

You are all Brilliant !!

But I will not give up in my quest. I will find those breast......... eh that Noise !!
I have been told that they always travel in pairs ??

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Well my friends, just to close the discussion of the breast... eh....noise!!

I used Taffy´s idea ( thanks!) and took the kickstarter gears out. Dragged the beast to life and........................ still the whining sound!

So now there is only one possibility left.
Upon assemble of the 2001 motor, I bought from Taffy the double counterbalancer bearing as I was told it would fit perfectly into the 2001 counterbalancer and make it more reliable. I have never had an issue with reliability in the older single bearings but now they are not available anymore so I had to buy the double version from Taffy. Well the damn thing did´nt fit at all so my only option (at the time) was to use a counterbalancer of a newer 470 donormotor i have which is a 2003 model. The double bearing fit perfectly, so in went the newer counterbalancer. This is the only part which is not from my old motor.

So the only explanation I can think of is that there is a different cut on the 2003 counterbalancer gear, which makes this awful noise. So meaning to do well I have done bad....

I´m fucked.
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Damn ... Too bad.

Is this the same "bird in the airbox" kind of "chirping" sound I've heard some 'Bergs make during group rides here? Or is this a different sound? Quite mysterious sounds these wonderful animals make.
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Well my friends, just to close the discussion of the breast... eh....noise!!

I used Taffy´s idea ( thanks!) and took the kickstarter gears out. Dragged the beast to life and........................ still the whining sound!

So now there is only one possibility left.
Upon assemble of the 2001 motor, I bought from Taffy the double counterbalancer bearing as I was told it would fit perfectly into the 2001 counterbalancer and make it more reliable. I have never had an issue with reliability in the older single bearings but now they are not available anymore so I had to buy the double version from Taffy. Well the damn thing did´nt fit at all so my only option (at the time) was to use a counterbalancer of a newer 470 donormotor i have which is a 2003 model. The double bearing fit perfectly, so in went the newer counterbalancer. This is the only part which is not from my old motor.

So the only explanation I can think of is that there is a different cut on the 2003 counterbalancer gear, which makes this awful noise. So meaning to do well I have done bad....

I´m fucked.
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did you find the noise Heimir or are you still being procreated ?
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Hi Bushmechanic and thanks for your concern !

I am assuming that this awful high pitched sound is coming from the different cut in the gears of the 470 counerbalancer I had to put in. I am assuming this as this part is the only "new" part in my 550 engine.
All because the double counterbalancer bearing does not fit in the 550 2001 counterbalancer.
So I have´nt ripped the motor apart for this as I have been told that thishas nothing to do with reliability. But the sound is making me nuts!!
So next time, in with the single counterbalancer bearing again !!

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Oh well! I'll hear you coming then! Really amazing riding weather we've been having this year .. !
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