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the bike runs great has lots of power starts up in cold cold weather dosnt smoke only thing is this tic tic noise when warm when its cold its not there and when i incress the rpm its also gone
i did looked at the valve they were a touch tight and i put them into speck sounded better but still there i also cleaned and lubed the primary all lokes good there but just some roller had flat spots
only 1400 km on bike ?
should i be worried :frown2:
 

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Sounds like most every other Yamaha automatic to me.

Check your exhaust heat shields. Might have a loose or rattling one.
 
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Sounds like most every other Yamaha automatic to me.

Check your exhaust heat shields. Might have a loose or rattling one.
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i will take a look at it when i do pre winter tune up
maybe its the primary i used canadian tire grease i will also re do it and use the proper stuff
 

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i will take a look at it when i do pre winter tune up
maybe its the primary i used canadian tire grease i will also re do it and use the proper stuff
Using a different grease than Yamaha Ultramatic grease will not cause a rattle or ticking in the weights. The "amount" you used could effect it, but not the type of grease.
There is nothing wrong with using a much cheaper grease at Canadian Tire over using the very over-priced Ultramatic grease.
 
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i put about a finger full on each roller a couple did have flat spots
i will look into it soon thanks
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i put about a finger full on each roller a couple did have flat spots
i will look into it soon thanks
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1 teaspoon per roller is the usual measurement. Using more than that just results in slower shift out and usually a slower top speed. Using less can sometimes result in a clutch rattle.

Flat spots on the weights can also effect performance. It can result in a slower shift out. They have to be pretty bad to notice the performance loss though.
 

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If it runs good, don't smoke and don't use any oil I wouldn't worry about it. I don't think I've ever really heard any two Grizzlys that sound the exact same.

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