I went riding today, and after a landing my bike started making a clicking noise. I thought it was a valve issue, so I took the valve cover off and found everything intact. So then I took the leftside crankcase cover off, and found chunks of aluminum in it. When I got I drained the oil and looked around for what part was chipped off. It turned out that the aluminum tab that holds the white timing chain guide in place was hit by the counterbalancer and broke off. In the pics you can see the damage: http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d119/MotorMan1515/Busted1.jpg Then the tab: http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d119/MotorMan1515/Busted2.jpg http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d119/MotorMan1515/Busted3.jpg I am asking opinions if I can run the bike the way it is with that tab broken off, because there is still some of it left that holds the guide in place, or if I need to get someone to weld a piece on the case to help hold the guide in place better, or.....if I need to replace the case entirely. Thank you in advance!