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My wife's CR has recently picked up a vibration at certain RPMs. I have ridden it a few times trying to isolate the noise. It sounds like a loose piece of exhaust covering but I have not been able to locate it.
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My shotgun's had a loose baffle screw, caused the same annoying sound.
It takes a special tipped bit, but you can grab one about anywhere for cheap.
The screw was on the tail end of the exhaust, facing the wheel.
 

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had a tinny vibration on mine after i first got it. one of the
cheese wedges had a retainer [there are 3] that wasnt pushed
in the slot.funny how something so small could make such
a noise.if you remove them to clean ,make sure they are all the
way on. probably not your problem but something to check.
--irv
 

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My shotgun's had a loose baffle screw, caused the same annoying sound.
It takes a special tipped bit, but you can grab one about anywhere for cheap.
The screw was on the tail end of the exhaust, facing the wheel.
I have looked all over the bike and don't see any special screws. You have a picture of where you found the problem? This is driving me nuts trying to find the noise.

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I have looked all over the bike and don't see any special screws. You have a picture of where you found the problem? This is driving me nuts trying to find the noise.

:confused:
I though you said vibration :confused:

Now your say noise :confused:
What is it your asking :confused:
 

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Confusion

I though you said vibration :confused:

Now your say noise :confused:
What is it your asking :confused:
Sorry for the confusion. It is a noise caused by vibration. It only happens in 1st gear shift up or down at a certain rpm. Sounds like a piece of sheet metal vibrating on the exhaust but they are all tight.

Has me and our mechanic baffled.
 
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