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This is a discussion on Rebuilt Klx Ticking Sound Video within the KLX110, DRZ110, TTR90 forums, part of the General Talk category; I put a tb 148 kit with tb head adj. Valves to .003 and .005 and still cant get this dam ticking noise to go ...

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    I put a tb 148 kit with tb head adj. Valves to .003 and .005 and still cant get this dam ticking noise to go away. Here is a video of the motor running maybe sum1 can help me out.. http://m.youtube.com/?client=mv-goog...?v=M8T2FG2iHFA

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    mine had the same ticking and i had a lose bolt on my cam shaft gear, might check that and make sure there torqued right they wil lmake a hell of alot of noise if there loose

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    your video didnt work for me but check these bolts to see if they're loose

    happened on my 143tb install


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    Did you ride it yet. Did it pull decent on the bottom and go flat from midrange up. If so, your cam might be 180 degrees off. I did this once by accident and my motor sounded like that and it ran how I described above.

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    Sounds like a ton of valve tapping are you 100% sure you have the tappets adjusted properly and torqued them down to proper specs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMitchell08 View Post
    Sounds like a ton of valve tapping are you 100% sure you have the tappets adjusted properly and torqued them down to proper specs?




    x2 had a 134 i adjusted 3 times and they still were loud went at it a 4th time and everything was happy and quiet..I didn't do anything different either time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoneman View Post
    x2 had a 134 i adjusted 3 times and they still were loud went at it a 4th time and everything was happy and quiet..I didn't do anything different either time?


    Well if you are off just a tad you could go from .3 to .6 pretty easily and that would most likely be the tapping.

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    honestly if thats the original tb race head and not the v2....then they are hard to get. they seem to just tick alot in general lol, i just bought a bike. the head is literally brand new with valves adjusted perfectly and sounds just like that, maybe a hair quieter but not by much, and my cousings bike is the same way with the same kit. Damn TB 143 and TB V1 haahh.....but.. like phoneman said, just keep trying and they will probably eventually shut up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rheinss10 View Post
    Did you ride it yet. Did it pull decent on the bottom and go flat from midrange up. If so, your cam might be 180 degrees off. I did this once by accident and my motor sounded like that and it ran how I described above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rheinss10 View Post
    Did you ride it yet. Did it pull decent on the bottom and go flat from midrange up. If so, your cam might be 180 degrees off. I did this once by accident and my motor sounded like that and it ran how I described above.


    That sounds alot like how my bike is running its got good bottom end and like falls off in mid to high range like u described. Whats the easiest way to go about checking the cam for it being 180 degrees off?

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    you could be off 1 tooth it will still run but tick.



    the cam can be turned 180 degrees will also still run but tick.



    you could need 1 more base gasket piston could possibly be tapping the head.



    valves can be off.



    id have to say eaither your timing is off or the cam is turned 180 degrees. or the head is loud. my old v2 head out of the box sounded just like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koby686 View Post
    you could be off 1 tooth it will still run but tick.



    the cam can be turned 180 degrees will also still run but tick.



    you could need 1 more base gasket piston could possibly be tapping the head.



    valves can be off.



    id have to say eaither your timing is off or the cam is turned 180 degrees. or the head is loud. my old v2 head out of the box sounded just like that.
    how do i check the cam for being turned 180 degrees? When i align the marks for the timing it seems like when it hits tdc it falls about half a tooth off...do u have any suggestions on what i might have out of alignment?

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    Take off your came sprocket and turn the cam 180 degrees with your hand

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    The lobes of the cam should face the top of the piston. The way i usually remember which way to put the cam in is there is a hole with no threads on the face where you bolt the cam sprocket. this faces the top of the piston. I just changed the cam in my bike and took a pic of what I am talking about. FYI: the top of the head is to the left and the cylinder(or piston) is to the right in the pic.
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