Sometimes the best cure for a noise in the Bullet is a louder muffler.
I gave up trying to identify the noises my Oily makes - it keeps on going, so I tune out the clatter, rattles, and vibrations.. Or at least I do when I can start the thing.
My former Harley Electra-Glide had a similar noise as you described. Turned out the baffle in the aftermarket "Screaming Eagle" muffler needed to be rewelded "every so often". That worked, but eventually I put on the originals, discovered that a little more back pressure meant better low end pull (at least on this Hog), and loved the quieter exhaust note.Hopefully your noise will go away or else that you learn to not hear it!
This just started,, just before I shift to the next gear any gear.. I hear this vibration like noise,It dissappears after I get past a certain RPM level.. the re occurs at the same spot in the next gears.Almost sounds like something is loose and hitting .. I can't tell where it's coming from since it doesn't last long.It only does it while moving..I haved revved the enginge slowly on the center stand, but it doesn't occur.The rear chain is within tolerance, It doesn't sound like valves, I thought about pulling the primary cover and checking to see if the primary chain is loose, but I tightened it about 75 miles ago.Has anyone any suggestions on where to begin My search,, Thanks, I'll check back later, I've got to get to work,,scotty
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