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Noise inside engine side of my suzuki raider 150 r when i put pressure on clutch

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It may need adjustment

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SOURCE: 2002 VL 1500 Intruder LC: What is the proper tire pressure for Suzuki vl 150...

Tire pressure is 29 lbs for the front and 36 lbs for the rear

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What are you talking about?

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SOURCE: is it normal to raider 150 to have a ticking sound

hi there i do get a ticking noise also form my bike when starting up think it may have to do with the engine been cold then when its been heated it makes the clicking sound think its just normal expansion of the metal due to the heat nothing to worry about

Posted on Mar 05, 2011

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I would say that your "Output Bearing" has gone, this can be confirmed by removing the chrome cover covering the secondary and then the actual secondary cover and "Swinging" up/down side to side on the shaft that comes out of the engine. If there is any movement in the shaft, then that is the cause of the noise.
To repair this, the engine will have to come out and have the bottom of the engine removed to gain access to the bearing. A new (Better after market) bearing is available from www.cademaster.com under Cavalcade parts tab. Tracy in KS, Ed in St Louis or Jerry in Wi can do this for you if they are nearby to your location.

You can also join the worldwide Yahoo email group via www.suzukicavalcade.com site and seek further advice.

Posted on May 11, 2011

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SOURCE: 2 months old suzuki raider

thats normal change your oil frequently evry 1000km

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