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CATVR Junkie

Joined : 2008-12-30
Posts : 2323
Location : Chattavegas

PostSubject: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 6:18 pm

Im jinxed.
So anyhow i didnt know this bike wasent supposed to make this sound.
But my bro has te exact same bike and its nice and quiet like my 450
When i throttle down it goes whaaaaaa
Its like the owe in Meow like a human pretending to be a kitty cat.
Except more like a longer oweeeeeee part.

Ok and its starting to squeak like nuts, evertime im doing anything bumpy its like a old see saw .
Squeak squeak.
The guys were laughing at me today said they could heere me a mile away.
Ive oiled and or greases everything i can find.

((((Those two problems totally unrelated.))))

I can feel the belt vibrating alittle but ever time i let my thumb off the lever it makes that sound. Very annoying as both of our 450"s were quiet as a mouse.
Our new 450 is so sweet quite no belt noise no squeaks .
I need some help im worried the 750 isa lemon.
I can take it to my dealer but he aint gonna do squat.
Well maybe
Anyadvice fellows
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Age : 54
Location : Knoxville, TN

PostSubject: Re: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 6:35 pm

I would try your dealer first.

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CATVR Junkie

Joined : 2008-12-30
Posts : 2323
Location : Chattavegas

PostSubject: Re: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 6:54 pm

Oh yeah dealer tomorrow fo sho...
You know how they are though if its running they just say its fine.
Im tweaking it is running , but it aint right ,,,,i know it.
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The Big Show
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Joined : 2008-10-11
Posts : 259
Age : 43
Location : Henderson, Ky

PostSubject: Re: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:02 pm

Man , I hope it's something simple . I always hate to hear of fellow riders having issues with there machines ! I think Ky Kodiak had some of the same issues with his 700 , it seems like it was a cherping noise coming from the belt . I'd pm Dale and ask him for sure , but I think it was the weights or something like that in the clutch and the belt needed to be tightend . Good luck with you machine Darkstar .
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PostSubject: Re: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:56 pm

Is could be the shock bushings....

My 450 KQ made that churping the belt...its ok...atleast mine was fine.

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Joined : 2008-06-27
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PostSubject: Re: More KQ750 problems   Sun Apr 26, 2009 9:59 pm

???? no know noises with mine from the clutch, rear shocks squeek but thats because there shot. Theres a mod to install zerks in the suspension to keep them lubed. i could see them squeeking if they were wore and coated in mud but yours is new! Hope this all helps.
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