Throttle body assembly noise
On the right side of the bike, near the cylinder head where the silver cover is to access the spark plugs is a throttle assembly with spring. (It is visible just above the cover.)
After twisting the throttle handle AND releasing it, a noticeable light metallic noise (a light aluminum click/thunk) is heard from the throttle assembly near the cylinder head. Again, the light metallic click is produced <EACH time> the throttle handle is released, and the spring assemble returns to its resting stop.
As odd as this may "sound", I do not recall hearing it in the past (years.) The click is noticeable while riding even.
No abnormal resistance or performance in the machine itself is noticed.
Suggestions, ideas other than paranoia?
2014 CTX700 white (totaled by deer)
2014 CTX1300 Red Enchantress (current)
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