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Old May 3rd, 2012, 05:32 PM   #1
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I road mine yesterday and around 50mph it just stalled now I can't get it to start. And now there's a high pitch noise on the clutch side of the bike when I try to start it. It turns over just fine and wants to start. No lights or codes. 07 1098 only 2200 miles on it.

Well I have big problems, when I took off the right side fairing I found something sticking out of the timing belt cover it was part of the timing belt. when I took off the cover I found 3 screws from one of the gears they seem to of fell out. So I put the screws back in and tried to turn the rear wheel and I could not move it. I took off the belt and tried to turn the top gear it don't move but the bottom one does. So I called the dealer he said there might be a bent rod but he couldnt say much with out seeing the bike. How bad does this sound and how much will this cost me to fix. Im just trying to get and idea where I stand. NEED YOU HELP

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Old May 3rd, 2012, 05:40 PM   #2
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Looks like $$$$ to me, if only 1 belt has thrown then you could be up for new valves, possibly rod, piston if its taken a hard beating, new cambelt/idlers, possible new valve gear for that head???
Could be a big list, could be a smaller list......really needs stripping to confirm.
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Old May 3rd, 2012, 06:16 PM   #3
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Yes the other belt is fine. As soon as the bike stalled I pulled the clutch in I didnt go far.
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When a timing belt lets loose you're usually in for a world of hurt. Bent rods, shattered valves, cracked pistons, etc etc. The only way you'll know the extent of the damage is to take it all apart. Sorry man.
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What I dont understand is how those bolts came loose.
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Did they come loose or shear off?
Either way, it's definitey something to check on at the 2yr intervals when tensioning/replacing belts.
Pull the valve cover and the cams, see if it turns over by hand with the valves closed and spark plug out. The next step is removal of the head to inspect the damage. You can pick up pistons/jugs/heads used unline- gotham cycels usually has something. If the rod is ok, the piston can be replaced with the jug removed without cracking the case open.
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The screws just came looes from what I can tell
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How can they back out with the cover still in place? I wouldn't think there would be enough room.

Does the cover show circular damage on the inside?
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There are way more knowledgable guys on here than me, but I'm thinking you'll at least have bent a pair of intake valves. The piston may just be a little dinged up on top. Rods are pretty tough and can usually bend a valve stem out of the way if you're fortunate.

Head's obviously gotta come off, but everything damaged should be isolated to that cylinder. It makes me want to go around and check all the bolts on my bike for proper torque. Since the exhaust cam moves freely, maybe it didn't jump time and those valves may be alright. Sucks.

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There's no damage to the cover everything looks good just the belt, who knows what's wrong on the inside. Don't know when I can get it in to the dealer but I will post when I do.
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Keep an eye out for a used engine, it may end up being the cheaper route...
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Keep an eye out for a used engine, it may end up being the cheaper route...
+1. Or have insurance total it, buy it back cheap, and either part it out or make a track bike.
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2200 miles on it?? Jesus H Cripes............

what a nightmare.
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this sucks man. im replacing my belts and giving it all a once over before i ride again.
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So what could this cost me?
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