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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-27-2006, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Annoying buzz from instument cluster

I get a buzzing/vibration from my instument pod between 3K & 5K rpm. It's loud enought to be heard over the engine sound, especially on acceleration. Kind of detracts from the aural experience.

I've tried grabbing the thing at different points, but can't stop the buzzing. Any ideas?
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-27-2006, 08:23 PM
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On my bike, I thought it was the right mirror. But now I'm convinced it's something in the area of the keyhole/airbox.

But seriously, everyone here knows that it's because one's nuts shrivel up and rattle when the brute starts to sing...
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do you really "HEAR" this with your ear plugs IN?

sounds like maybe you aren't wearing any..... i hope that isn't right



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do you really "HEAR" this with your ear plugs IN?

sounds like maybe you aren't wearing any..... i hope that isn't right
Used them once--never again.
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probably the windscreen?

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I get the same thing. I thought it was the windscreen. The service writer at Pro Italia said that seems to happen on the 1000s. Maybe it is the windscreens b/c I never had that on the 750s.
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probably the windscreen?
He rides a brute. Trust an F4 rider to think windscreen!
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Used them once--never again.
well.....
maybe this isn't the thread
but..... don't you want to be able to hear when you are older?

there are SO many sizes and shapes of hearing protection devices

why not try some others?



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Mine was doing this, it turned out to be one of the intake covers buzzing against the frame (thanks Koop!), you have to lift up the tank, and there are 3 screws holding it on, the vibrate loose.
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well.....
maybe this isn't the thread
but..... don't you want to be able to hear when you are older?

there are SO many sizes and shapes of hearing protection devices

why not try some others?
I'll start another thread, as it's worth discussing.
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