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Just bought a used 2007-650xt today and I really like it except fora whining/grinding noise whenI let off the throttle when travelling at speeds above 10mph.This can't be normal can it? The machine only has 165mion it. Anythoughts would beappreciated.:shrug:
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Welcome to AWF ....I think its pretty much normal. you can hear the CVT in mine too

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:wel:camoxt, I have a 650 also, yes there's alot of noise from the CVTarea. They seem to get a little more quite after about 500 miles or so, also if you switch to synthetics throughout, like Amsoil or Mobil or the like, that seems to help with the noises also.

Does yours have more noise in nuetral than when in gear?

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My 650 really whines when it is in neutral.

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Ditto.

I think most if not all do.

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I always bring a little cheese with me on the trail to enjoy with mywhine.

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WOW if this is normal than I'm not impressed! When I road it today my father could

hear the wheeler from an 1/8 of a mile away as I was decelerating coming up to his

house and it sure wasn't the noisecoming from the exhaust tip. This thingis flat

noisy and sounds ridiculous only when you let off the throttle and decelerate. When

I was traveling 40-50mph and let off the throttle it sounds like an old Dodge pickup

with a rear end that is ready to drop out of it. I am ready to take it to a Bombardier

dealer first chance I get. This just can't be normal! Yes it has more noise in neutral

than in gear just sitting still. I can live w/ that noise, just a way loud growling noise

when slowing down from riding speed.

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If it's that noisy, you probably do have a problem.

Did you buy it from a dealer?

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Took wheeler to a Bombardier dealer today and they put it up on a stand and run it up to 30 mph and sure enough you could see the input shaft move up and downin rear gear case. I'm just glad to know what the problem was and that it is covered under warranty. Now I just have to wait until next week to get her back.:dan:
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Good deal. You'll be on the dirt /snow in no time.

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