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Thread: Tik tik sound from GD110S after switching off engine.

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    Default Tik tik sound from GD110S after switching off engine.

    I have bought new Suzuki Gd110S few days ago. Just 500 KMs driven till now.
    I'm facing a problem since 1st day. Mein jab bike band krta hoon. Engine off krta hoon tou bike mein se tik tik tik tik ki awaz aati hai. Kuch minutes tak. Ye kis cheez ki awaz hai? Silencer k aas paas se aati hai shayd.

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    In my opinion that is a normal phenomenon. When you run the engine the metal expands and once you switch off the engine the metal contracts on cooling down. The tik tik sound is the sound of metal of the engine contracting. Its nothing to worry about.
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    Its normal

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    Its due to different expansion and cooling temperature of different metals. The steel plate fitted on silencer has cools down quicker than the iron cast silencer. That's why it creates tik tik sound. Its perfectly normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidalgo View Post
    Its normal

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel82 View Post
    Its due to different expansion and cooling temperature of different metals. The steel plate fitted on silencer has cools down quicker than the iron cast silencer. That's why it creates tik tik sound. Its perfectly normal.
    Thank you for derailed reply. I was wondering will it ever stop? Ya aati rhay gi hmesha?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehran View Post
    In my opinion that is a normal phenomenon. When you run the engine the metal expands and once you switch off the engine the metal contracts on cooling down. The tik tik sound is the sound of metal of the engine contracting. Its nothing to worry about.
    Hmmm. Ok thank you.

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    I think it will remain there. I also have this noise in my ybr. One get's used to it.
    The men are back. @TGT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    I think it will remain there. I also have this noise in my ybr. One get's used to it.
    Hmmmm. Okay 👌

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    its goes away with passage of time and bike use
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCcoolguy View Post
    its goes away with passage of time and bike use
    Ok. Hoping so. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCcoolguy View Post
    its goes away with passage of time and bike use
    Mine is driven nearly 15k and it is still there.
    The men are back. @TGT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    Mine is driven nearly 15k and it is still there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hi.hassaniftikhar View Post
    Thank you for derailed reply. I was wondering will it ever stop? Ya aati rhay gi hmesha?

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    It will remain there as metal never changes its composition. You can do an experiment by removing that steel cover from the silencer and you'll see that sound it gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel82 View Post
    It will remain there as metal never changes its composition. You can do an experiment by removing that steel cover from the silencer and you'll see that sound it gone
    I will check it

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    its normal brother.... dont be worry abt it ..

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    I have a cg 125 deluxe and it makes the same sound when I switch off engine.

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