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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 28th July 2019, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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Sv1000 turns over but makes knocking noise

Hey guys, I have a 2003 sv1000, it was running great the other day when all of a sudden it bogged down and I lost power and it immediately started slowing down like I was being pulled, I was able to keep it running for a minute but then it wouldn’t start at all. I could hit the start and it would try but it made a really nasty metal on metal kind of sound and won’t start. Any ideas on where to start would be nice, I kind of think it’s bearings of some sort
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Check your flywheel magnets by opening up the cover on the left-hand side of the bike. Below are a couple of pertinent threads:

https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/4-s...post-here.html

https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/4-s...l-magnets.html


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Hey guys, I have a 2003 sv1000, it was running great the other day when all of a sudden it bogged down and I lost power and it immediately started slowing down like I was being pulled, I was able to keep it running for a minute but then it wouldn’t start at all. I could hit the start and it would try but it made a really nasty metal on metal kind of sound and won’t start. Any ideas on where to start would be nice, I kind of think it’s bearings of some sort


This does not sound good.
It sound more than just magnets.

I would try and spin the engine over by hand.
If it is really hard, I would either be looking down the bored of the throttle bodies with blades wide open or pulling engine side covers off.

I bet you find something.

-ms


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