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post #191 of 198 (permalink) Old 07-29-2017, 07:09 PM
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Well, I tightened the mcct until the rpm's began to drop and backed off just a little. Started dying when I stopped at intersections. Backed it off and now just snug to the chain. Haven't had a chance to ride it yet but guessing it will run fine. I'm not worrying about it anymore. It's snug enough that there shouldn't be any problem with the chain and sprockets. I saw above where someone talked about their bike making a whistling sound. Mine does that too.
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seems about right. I take mine in until the engine starts to run slower, then out until the chain starts clattering, then in about 1/4-1/3rd of that difference and adjust if any problems arise

my engine is still noisy but much less so from the areas, I used to get a knocking on cold starts because of the accts

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Hello ! I have one question. Yesterday I find Kawasaki Vulcan 750cc made at 1994 and it has 40 000 miles on it. Price is good but afcourse there is that chain sound. What do you think ACCT to MCCT conversation will help or it needs more repairing jobs to be done? Seller said that need to change all cam chain parts. What do you think? If it has 20 000 miles I think the MCCT will do the job but now 40 000 maybe really needs to change more parts? Sorry for not perfect english language
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you can try the Grambo trick to see if it makes any difference in the chain noise, or you can even try a small screwdriver to tighten the ACCT while engine is running. if it gets better, then the cam chains and gear are probably ok, and MCCT is way to go

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Hi guys! Found this on aliexpress, worth trying, what you think?
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Should be fine, a bit long on the threads, might have to adjust the coolant tank. Should be able to put a shorter bolt in them. Those were about $23-26 on ebay, don't know what ali is charging.

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I already installed a set of TOC MCCT's too!
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