Thanks for the reply! I'll be checking that outThat just means your deflection is a little tight... some people say a little "squeal" is normal. I'd start by checking the deflection of the belt.
Tightening the Belt: **See photos below, first photo is incorrect deflection, second is correct deflection) The belt deflection can be measured by placing a straight edge "ruler" ontop of the belt from the secondary to the primary. Using approx. 13 lbs of pressure with your finger, push down on...www.mudinmyblood.net
can confirm that, i adjust my deflection to be a little tight like that on purpose for two reasons: 1. it has less lag on engagement and as a result more burst power, can pop wheelies on my `08 650 with minimal effort and i weigh 335lbs; 2. i will readjust the deflection once the belt gets about 60-65%% worn and that gets me another 6-800 miles out of the belt (currently on 3k and change miles and 800 hours on an OEM BF belt prolly change it this coming spring season and i ride during the winter) until it starts slipping (that sound of a belt coming loose and spinning after coming off the throttle when revving in N ) then put the shims back when i swap out to a new belt.Thanks for the reply! I'll be checking that out