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Chain distribution 3 weeks 2 days ago #25079

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Hi boy, I write from Italy so sorry if I'm not very clear.
I know your forum is not about my bike, but I don't know how else to find a solution.
I am restoring a cbx 750 '85 and somehow I came to know that in your forum there is a solution to my problem. The distribution tendon is very noisy due to a manufacturing defect.
The engineer who had studied this distribution had switched from Honda to Kawasaki, taking this error.
does anyone know how to help me? Thanks

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Chain distribution 3 weeks 1 day ago #25084

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Mazzara wrote: Hi boy, I write from Italy so sorry if I'm not very clear.
I know your forum is not about my bike, but I don't know how else to find a solution.
I am restoring a cbx 750 '85 and somehow I came to know that in your forum there is a solution to my problem. The distribution tendon is very noisy due to a manufacturing defect.
The engineer who had studied this distribution had switched from Honda to Kawasaki, taking this error.
does anyone know how to help me? Thanks


Normally, I would suggest that you look for information to help you fix your problem on another site more familiar with the CBX750 but I can tell you are somewhat desperate if you are asking here but possibly we can help.

First- I'm struggling with the term "distribution tension" and I am wondering if you mean "camshaft chain tensioner". I think it is a problem in the translation from Italian to English and I do not speak Italian so I am having trouble trying to understand what you are describing. Maybe if you can better describe the "distribution tension" we may be able to help.

I also looked in the internet for "CBX750 noisy" and I found information about noisy "alternator drive chain" due to problems with the chain tensioner and maybe this information would help
teamrc17.net/articles/117/replacing-your...and-their-tensioners

If you need to have new link plate chains (Morse silent chains) made up, I had Ramsay Chain fabricate primary and secondary chains for me for our KZ1300's.

ramseychain.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjww7HsBRDkA...TwMAKcMaAukUEALw_wcB

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