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I know this isn't of help, but it's really difficult to say without actually knowing what happened at the time, over revving, oil starvation, how the bike acted when it happened, how many miles on the bike, exact details. Easier to guess actually hearing the sound and knowing the circumstances. You'd be better off either taking it in for diagnosis or start the tear down if your so inclined. If you have a mechanical sound coming from inside that wasn't there before and you've lost power, you're going to have to go in anyway. Just for the record, engine parts are expensive. So if you can at least get a diagnosis without spending a lot of time and money, you may find it cheaper to drop in a used motor which isn't to difficult.
 
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