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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-21-2013, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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Coming to a light or just cruising around 25 to 35mph I get a whoopwhoopwhoop sound. Anyone experience this? 09 pin

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Could be tire or belt noise.

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I just recently adjusted my belt tension, since then at a specific speed (20-10 mph) I have a harmonic noise that I can only contribute to the belt. It sounds a lot like a rear brake noise, but I have ruled that out.

Does this sound similar to your noise>


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had the belt checked last year dealer had it correct, had them ride to listen said he only normal sounds. Tire hmm its not cupped or anything olny about 5k on the bike.

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Mine does it as well. It's the belt and some gear whine from the transmission. It is annoying sometimes.
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ride the bike and at 60 or so take hands off bars. If bike goes straight for a bit your belt is aliened. If it quickly goes left or right then its not aliened.
Your sound could be from your fuel bodes maybe they need cleaning or you have a air leak maybe even exhaust leak.

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I did the let hands approach seems to go straight. the fuel what?

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Kinda seems the noise is when everything is warmed up.

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I get that sound when I go fast ... oh wait... it's not "whoop whoop" ... it's more like "WOOOOHHHOOOOOOOOOO" ... coming from the wife on the back LOL!
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I get that sound when I go fast ... oh wait... it's not "whoop whoop" ... it's more like "WOOOOHHHOOOOOOOOOO" ... coming from the wife on the back LOL!
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