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09-01-2020 06:04 PM
Originally Posted by rcurci View Post
I had this issue in the first 500 miles on my '19 RT Limited. Added the belt tensioner from Lamonster garage and don't have the issue anymore.
I had the same issue with my 2019 RTL when running 70-75mph. Lamonster belt dampener helped.
07-08-2020 03:51 PM
Belt tensioner did it for me

I had this issue in the first 500 miles on my '19 RT Limited. Added the belt tensioner from Lamonster garage and don't have the issue anymore.
07-04-2020 07:32 AM
Easy Rider Do a search on here for "tires". You will get 12 pages of hits.

Since I got mine I have seen recommendations for others that might be a bit better.

Basically any other brand that is the right size......and aren't "specialty" tires, like for off-road or racing.
07-04-2020 12:43 AM
Trev Astle what other brand option for front do you use?
07-02-2020 06:49 AM
Easy Rider And you have not changed the tires.......why exactly ??
If you still have the stock Kenda's, you should love the difference if you change to a different brand.
OH......and don't ignore the rear tire as a possible cause.
07-01-2020 03:28 PM
Claimbo It won't hurt the bike but it is very annoying. I had a tensioner put on but that was of no help. I had the front end rebuilt and still it was there. What I found was running the front tires with 20 pounds of air helped. I believe it's in the tires. They are not made very well so its my opinion that is the problem. I have a 2016 RTS with 45000 miles on it. The bike is very well maintained but the problem is still there.
06-25-2020 06:08 AM
Wilo1979 I have the same thing happen around 75-80 Mph it's the belt vibration that causes the noise. It's not a problem and will not hurt the machine. Sometimes I just speed up and it goes away other times I slow down 2 or 3 mph and it stops.
06-21-2020 03:50 PM
Easy Rider That's about the speed where some owners notice a belt vibration.
If it won't go away with a belt tension adjustment, you might need a belt vibration damper.
Or you can just avoid that exact speed where it occurs.
06-20-2020 07:46 PM
Bella Tate Itís 117 kph and Iím running around 4000
06-20-2020 12:30 PM
Easy Rider I would certainly think so.
Sounds like a rev limiter to me.
What RPM is it turning at 117 MPH ??
Or is that 117 KPH ??
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