Johnny450

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  1. I would nip the exhaust off and shake it, potentially a pice of metal or a washer could be sitting at the bottom of the expansion chamber with no where to go. Maybe a rivet from the tailpipe. At the same time inspect the exhaust for cracks. Or someone is &%$#@!ing with you and has dropped something down the pipe! Sent from my SM-G928F using ThumperTalk mobile app
  2. Did you fix the noise? Sent from my SM-G928F using ThumperTalk mobile app
  3. Ps...something is dripping from your bike at 08:00 seconds when you rev it, watch just underneath the expansion chamber. Potentially a drip from the bottom rad hose, or a fuel pipe. If the latter - check that asap, don't want fuel anywhere near that exhaust. Unless you just washed it - in that case ignore me! Sent from my SM-G928F using ThumperTalk mobile app
  4. Is the expansion chamber on your exhaust pipe dented? Check the welds on the plate that covers it. Also check the kick starter isn't rattling on anything. It does sound external, id start by process of elimination - pop some heat proof gloves on and apply pressure to non moving components as the engines winding down Sent from my SM-G928F using ThumperTalk mobile app
  5. Wouldn't recommend it. I ran a 320 rotor with the standard 2 pot caliper and managed to boil fluid on the road - I ran it for about a month before upgrading to a 4 pot with a better master cylinder and hose