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post #1 of 2 Old 06-29-2019, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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Chain catching??

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I'm prob just being stupid here but ill put up a pic the chain seems be catching at front sprocket when slowing down & know throttle being applied I've had casing off & can't for my life see what's causing it??? Any thoughts would be appreciated cheers
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Hey guys

I'm prob just being stupid here but ill put up a pic the chain seems be catching at front sprocket when slowing down & know throttle being applied I've had casing off & can't for my life see what's causing it??? Any thoughts would be appreciated cheers
I think there's only one thing that can rub on the outside of the chain, and it's the part called "mudflap" (46015792B) on the OEM Parts Catalogue. Look carefully with a flashlight (even better, remove the left-side lower fairing) and check if the mudflap is improperly positioned, or bent. With the stock front sprocket and with the chain properly tensioned, there is no contact whatsoever.
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