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I just had my k2700 overhauled because it had a bearing knock, but there is still a tapping sound that doesnt go away. it quitens down when i travel above 60, but is back when i slow down

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If you just had this overhauled from a shop and this is happening you have warranty go back to the people that rebuilt it and have them honour their warranty. if you built it and you did the entire engine and not just the bearing, then check the oil pressure you may have bad lifters or cam or cam bearings causing not enough pressure.

Posted on Aug 27, 2014

  • Thomas Derrix Mar 18, 2015

    Experiencing that now. Intend to start on the camshaft tomorrow.

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