Buzzing and shaking after getting off the GPz.

David Beard davidebeard at
Thu Jun 28 18:04:09 PDT 2007

Thank you Steve!

Dave B

Steve Northrop wrote:
>>> Anyone know the procedure to adjust this???
> It's a little tough to get at without removing the RH lower. Start the 
> bike and let it idle. Put a large blade screwdriver in the slot of the 
> shaft and loosen the clamp WHILE HOLDING THE SCREWDRIVER TIGHTLY SO 
> THE SHAFT DOES NOT TURN. Turn the shaft back and forth until you hear 
> a chirping sound. Turn the shaft in the opposite direction until the 
> chirping noise just goes away, then just a tiny bit more. Tighten the 
> clamp and you are done. I took a little white Dykem and marked the 
> shaft where it lines up with the split in the clamp. If the motor gets 
> buzzy again, you can look and see if the balancer adjustment has moved 
> (or not) when diagnosing the problem.
> Steve in Western NY
> '96 GPZ1100
> '02 Daytona 955i
> "You Can't Fix Stupid", Ron White

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