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you should use the OEM torque settings with a proper torque wrench. Also, did you adjust the position of the rear wheel using the chain adjusters on the back of the swingarm, and then tighten the axle nut?
 

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you should use the OEM torque settings with a proper torque wrench. Also, did you adjust the position of the rear wheel using the chain adjusters on the back of the swingarm, and then tighten the axle nut?
I did turns out I just had it over tightened and its fixed now. Im not using a torque wrench unless im rebuilding a motor or something.
 
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