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vibrations 2015 gsxr600 , please help !

Hello ,so there is a problem with my L5 gsxr600 , little vibrations on clip on s and also on foot pegs . when you pull clutch while you riding , everything is fine , i think it means that's a problem is in engine , on something mechanical .not in wheel balance , or bad tire . few days ago , i had little crash , just crack plastics , nothing serious , check everything after that . and clean my chain with sprockets and lube it . open front sprocket cover , maybe something wrong with clutch pushing rod ??? maybe someone knows what can be wrong with it ???? thank you ...
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How is the condition of the chain and sprockets? Did you adjust the chain after you cleaned it?

Worn chain and sprockets can cause vibration.

Post up a good picture of the teeth of the rear sprocket if you would like an opinion of it's condition.

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chain is in good condition , don't need to tigh it . also sprockets . i will make photos , and show you them .

thank you for answer .


problem is somewhere there , in moving parts . because when bike not running there is no vibration ,also , when pulling clutch on running bike :////
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So you are riding along and feel the vibration but when you pull in the clutch and coast, with the engine idling, the vibration goes away?

If you just rev the engine standing still, does the vibration occur at a certain rpm?

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So you are riding along and feel the vibration but when you pull in the clutch and coast, with the engine idling, the vibration goes away?

If you just rev the engine standing still, does the vibration occur at a certain rpm?
yes, exactly ! and also no vibration on when i rev the engine standing still . just a little bit , i think it must be . put when i'm cruising it really feels on clip on s and foot pegs .

yesterday i check my chain and sprockets again like you say . nothing is going wrong there .also take of my frame sliders , change one bolt on right side ,it was bent . so , nothing was changed . vibration is a same :/ i don't know what to do .
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The only other thing I would suggest would be to check all the engine mount bolts for tightness and look closely at the exhaust attach points for anything loose. On some bikes there are rubber mounts on the aft part of the exhaust so make sure they are not rotted or sagging so much that they are not doing their job.

Are the stock bar end weights still installed?

I should have asked at the beginning, did the vibration just start or has it been there since you've had the bike? Have you ridden another bike of the same year/model to see the difference? Has another rider familiar with the bike ridden your bike and noted the vibration?

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The only other thing I would suggest would be to check all the engine mount bolts for tightness and look closely at the exhaust attach points for anything loose. On some bikes there are rubber mounts on the aft part of the exhaust so make sure they are not rotted or sagging so much that they are not doing their job.

Are the stock bar end weights still installed?

I should have asked at the beginning, did the vibration just start or has it been there since you've had the bike? Have you ridden another bike of the same year/model to see the difference? Has another rider familiar with the bike ridden your bike and noted the vibration?
yes stock bar end s is still installed , i like them . vibration is after little crash ( some plastic parts ar broken ) and on next day i clean and lube my chain with front sprocket cover off/on . before that bike has no vibration .

can a bad chain had such vibrations ??? my chain is little bit stretched in on part . but it's long time since i had bike ...
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Vibrations like this will be either dependant on RPM or vehicle speed speed. When you're feeling a change in the vibration, is it better linked with changes in the speed of the engine, or better linked with the speed of the bike?
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Vibrations like this will be either dependant on RPM or vehicle speed speed. When you're feeling a change in the vibration, is it better linked with changes in the speed of the engine, or better linked with the speed of the bike?
i think it'smore from the engine ... becouse it depends how many rpm is on it , and also with out pulling clutch . when a bike is in gear , and it's running . when you are pulling clutch lever , vibarations gone .
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well , yesterday i had changed my rear sprocket , and inspect chain . result - nothing ! same vibrations . then see that one of headers is in contact with radiator ( i had install K9 headers with leovince exhaust ) have a small ride after this , and i think vibrations are same ...don't know what to do :(
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some vibrations make me crazy ...i changed exhaust manifold on stock , and nothing . will try to take off my woodcraft sliders ,and install stock mount bolts with oem torque .

any ideas ???

so vibrations are exactly from engine . on fly by mode when i pull a clutch and rev engine it gives vibrations . and vibrations are bigger when i close throttle on a way ( braking with engine )
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last updates : take off woodcraft sliders , install OEM mount bolts with torque wrench like in manual . still have same vibrations ...
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chainge chain today . exactly same vibrations ...nothing change ...

anyone can help ???
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Ok, do you have a chain guard? Mine got loose in the past and would look fine when stopped, but when you got rolling it would cause vibration and I eventually just took it off.

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yes i have chain guard . but i don't really think it can make this kind of vibrations . but i will check it . thank you very much for reply .
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It would seem to me that you hit harder than you think. I think something internally may have bent. Maybe the clutch basket? Which side did the bike land on when you crashed?

Another thought would be, that a misfire could be misinterpreted as a vibration...

One other question. Can you HEAR anything out of the ordinary. Is it making any kind of noise to coincide with the vibration?

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i hit a car on slow speed with front right side and fall down on left side . how can i check basket ? clutch seems to work good :/

i don't hear any noise at all .

don't think about misfire , i think bike runs good , as it was before ...

also i slide on right side before , about 2 month ago . woodcraft sliders are do they work 100 % nothing was bent . but a spacer in right engine mount i little rumpled . it can make such vibrations ????
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i mean #10 part
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with out slider this spacer looks like this one on picture . can it make vibrations ???
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Interesting.

That spacer is meant to slide in and out to take up tolerances and be secure against the engine. The pinch bolt should be loosened so it moves, the main mount bolt torqued, then the pinch bolt torqued.

Looking at the way it is smushed over it may have pulled out away from the engine. You might look to see if there is a gap between the spacer and the engine. Yes, this could produce vibration.

Hopefully, you can just move it back if the upset metal does not get in the way. The bummer is that spacer cannot be changed without pulling the engine.

Possibly you can loosen the pinch bolt and pull the spacer out enough to file the damaged area? Don't know, never tried it.

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there is no gap between engine and spacer . when i loose pitch bolt spacer is not moving at all .

yes , i see in manual that i must have drop engine to remove spacer , and don't want to do it just for check ... :\
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