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Mark from Boston Mass here

any suggestions here :?

sounds like the trans is loud :shock:

sounds loud/ whinnyat times or is this just the beast ???
 

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Mark,

It would help if you put a Little more info up. Like;

Model

year

miles

Lots of experts here covering pretty much all years and models but they need a little more to go on!:waving:

Bob
 

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mark wrote:
Mark from Boston Mass here

any suggestions here :?

sounds like the trans is loud :shock:

sounds loud/ whinnyat times or is this just the beast ???
Mark, like you I just acquired my frist low milage 1200 Wing last fall. There is plenty of gear whine in all the gear ranges. The noise gets better or worse depending on the speed, engine rpm, or load.

I posted a similar question to yours a while ago & here's what I got as answers (see link below).


http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/view_topic.php?id=1436&forum_id=1&highlight=whine


Twisty
 

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ahhh yes

question answered and note taken

it is an 1985 goldwing

and reading that old post he had the same carb problems as well as loud gear

thanks again
 

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My 1200 had plenty of whine at times, and it wasn't always that woman who hangs around here, both the 1200 and 1500sound clunky shifting. But I do love that Jet whine when winding up the tach!
 

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My 85 Aspy doesn't have the whine but ... the clunky shifting is normal.
 

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Thanks Guys , the problem was the oil was full of fuel.... you guys know your stuff
 
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