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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-20-2007, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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05CBR1000RR Vibration

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First time in the forum hoping someone can educate me.

I ride a 2005 CBR 1000 RR, when I hit around 5,000 RMPís I feel a bit of a vibration/ticking. After reading a few previous forums it sounds like it could possibly be my Cam Chain Tensioner.

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at 5000rpms, thats when the lower (2nd) set of injectors start to spray. thats probably what your hearing.

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Thank you for informing me of the sound that I'm hearing. But, I'm more concerned about the vibration I'm feeling, any thoughts?
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without riding the bike, im sure i wont be any more help. if it helps, get heavier bar ends. this should eliminate the grip buzz feeling.

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Hello Friends,

As you all probably already know the CBR1000RR is a Very compact bike. These days the manufactures are stuffing more parts into smaller spaces. So, be patient and take your time while you remove all the necessary pieces to install the exhaust. First, remove the Rear Seat using the Key. Then remove the Front Seat by Unscrewing the Allen Bolts, that hold the Back of the seat to the Sub-Frame. You have to pull up on the Back corners of the seat to access these bolts. Unplug the Tail Light (White Plug). You will see 4 more Allen bolts to remove the Rear Tail Section. Do your best to make a note, or label these bolts. When itís all done, your going to have a lot of bolts and they are not all the same. Your either going to need a great memory, or some labels or notes to remind yourself where each bolt goes when you bolt it all back up.

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