Hey guys, getting a ticking noise from what sounds like the front cylinder exhaust valve area, Seems like a power loss as well. Anyhow I tore everything down, springs and valves look fine, nothing bent broken or burnt, springs compress with the same amount of resistance. Checked the clearances with on the valves before taking apart and are mid range in spec where they should be on intake and exhaust. Piston looks fine, rings and compression is in upper 30s so within spec. Exhaust pipes are tight and gasket looked fine when I took it off. Cams look fine, both cams have same amount of spring action and the lobes don't look worn or scarred of discolored. Rocker arms look fine as well. There were no loose bolts anywhere when taking it apart. Tensioner arms only had about 8 clicks until it was fully out of the body tho and at the point where the spring was fully extended and the inside pin was flush with the back of the body. Seems to me like it was fully extended anyhow if it was that far out and no spring action left. The guides all look fine by visually checking them. Before taking the chains off the seems like they had some play in the, more to the chain for the pump and main coming off the crank and not so much the cam chains but the came chain tensioners were extended to the same point as well. Bike fires up and runs good at an idle but when revving it up you hear the tick is constant, you can hear the tick as well at an idle but it isn't always there unless you give it some throttle. To me it seems like chains, just wondering anyones thoughts or other things to check before I go ahead and order some new ones today. Thanks for anyones input.