Hello folks! I have a 2000 R1150GS with 26,200 miles and I’ve recently noticed a loud ticking. The ticking appears to be coming from both sides, while a bit louder on the right, than left. A shitty YouTube video I took with my iPhone where you can hear the sound. Details about the bike and the ticking: Oil Change: 2,600 miles ago with BMW 20w50 Mineral Oil. I did my first ever valve adjustment 1,500 miles ago and it appears to have went well. Occurs when warm, as opposed to cold. Appears to have a left side chain tensioner with a 17mm head (old style). Occurs clutch in or out. Very little sound difference either way. Happens even when I place my finger on the plate where the throttle cable winds up. Speeds up with upon slightly opening up the throttle. Speeds up with RPM increase. At high RPM I can’t really notice it over the exhaust while standing still or over earplugs when ridding. There appears to be two distinct ticking sounds. The left maybe from the chain tensioner, and the right maybe from a loose rocker, bad push rod, or something else. I plan on checking the valves and rockers to see if they are too loose. I also plan on replacing the left side chain tensioner as well (Beemer Boneyard part good to go?). I can also try to check the pushrods if those are straight forward. Any other ideas? Thank you.