Hello all. This is, I hope, a final post for a while as I just completed the maintenance list you seniors provided:bow:I have one remaining question. After the timing belt change and 600 miles there is a very slight change in tone at 2000 rpm that was not there before. It does not whine. It does not squeal. It cranks perfectly. It idles as it did before at a slight variable 650 rpm up and down in tone, neglible on tach. At 1000 rpm it levels out perfectly. With the choke on warming up it idles to perfection of tone. There is no detectable change in performance. At 2000 rpm, in neutral or riding, I can hear what I will attempt to describe as a very dull, weak, little whistle that I don't recall ever hearing before. A bit above 2000 it goes away. I have read a ton of threads on getting the belts too tight and I was very careful. The bike now has 23k miles, the original Honda belts removed were immaculate with every letter and number clearly visible and clean. I used gates replacements and also changed the plugs. I know timing belts have little stretch and do not 'break in' but is there a 'settling in' of components when everything meshes after riding in all temps and situations? In other words, have any of you experienced a very slight change in tone or noises right after a timing belt change due to a slight increase of new belt stiffness? Thanks all.