I had a right side noise too, along with numerous others. The bike will settle down a lot as it breaks in, and yours isn't even close. I've been thru this ad nauseum along with watching others go thru it. This bike makes a lot of noises, and the scary part is many are random which too me at least doesn't suggest a normal noise but a problem otherwise it should make these noises always. Or always under whatever circumstances it happens at.
I assume thats what you're thinking too. The worse one that drove me nuts sounds like the same one thats eating at you. Right side, a sort of knocking sound but not exactly a knock....almost like a breathiness too it like the leading edge of the sound isn't quite a sharp knock. Happens mostly under light acceleration between 2000 and 2500 RPM's.(tho i'm sure that could vary depending on the bike) Does that sound about right? If so, mickey cohen who is triumphs press/demo fleet mechanic told me he had a bike in the shop doing the exact thing i described and that he tore the entire engine down looking for it ! He said nothing was wrong and everything was in spec. He finally found that straight 50 weight oil got rid of it. More like a bandaid than a fix, but he could not find anything wrong.
This bike is just noisy. But 2 things have helped me get to where the bike is so noise free I haven't noticed any noises at all lately and the one that really bothered me is even gone. First, i went back to using my dealer's recommended oil, Torco blend 20/50. The thing that makes it different than any other oil is it's loaded with 90% more moly than any other oil. Moly is so slick it isn't used due to the wet clutches most bikes use. But torco developed a way around that somehow. Moly bods to metal acting like barrier between parts and after a few hundred or thousand miles the bike quieted down a lot, i assume as the moly fully bonds. The second thing that seems to have made the biggest difference and i only recently did this is to bypass tha cat and use a custom tune made specifically for the 1700 with TORs and no cat. It's fairly loud, tho not nearly like those gawd awful harleys that break eardrums. This has not only made the bike much stronger, but all those random noises seem to have stopped almost totally. And no, it's not because the loudness covers them up. Where the worse noises were always apparent were at cold startup while idling, or very light accel. Both are very quiet still with tors an cat bypass. It only gets loud under harder accel. At idle and cruise it's as quiet as it was with the cat, maybe almost as dead stock. Anyways, i had every noise you'll ever read about on these forums and now they're either 100% gone or very close. I say that only because i haven't been listening for them since i de-catted it, but i noticed i haven't noticed any noises at all. Maybe i just need to listen harder, but before they were so in my face i didn't have to try and listen.
Anyways, you're going to find that this bike is noisy and you aren't the only one. pretty much everyone has the same noises. I wouldn't worry about it. If it bothers you enough, try the oil i mentioned and if you want more power, tors and a decat with proper tune might be the way to go to kill 2 birds with one stone.