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    I bought my Suzuki GS150 from showroom but when I ride with pillion/ another person voice comes from chain area like tuk tuk. I have shown it to mechanics who cannot seem to find any problem even after oiling the chain the problem is still there. I need help in this regard please help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by absar.burney View Post
    I bought my Suzuki GS150 from showroom but when I ride with pillion/ another person voice comes from chain area like tuk tuk. I have shown it to mechanics who cannot seem to find any problem even after oiling the chain the problem is still there. I need help in this regard please help.
    Is it a grinding sound that comes constantly? Check if the chain touches the chain cover. Remove the chain cover and give it a try. If the sound stops, adjust / tighten chain and put back chain cover.

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    This noise is also present in my GS150.
    Rest each and everything is fine in my bike..
    I guess that its due to drum rubbers they are extra soft and a little bit loose.

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    Also check chain rubber which is placed between chain & chassis
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    Aslamualekum ... Dear Do tightening of your rear sprocket Nutts ...it will be Done I have done it in same problem like you

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