I sit down in the driveway ready to take the thing apart until I found something wrong. Luckily, it didn’t take too long, when I removed the sprocket cover I noticed that the front sprocket was moving on the shaft. I finally take a picture as I am working on the bike. I pulled off the thing that holds it in place to find the teeth are no longer teeth. Thankfully I have an old broken KLR Tengai that I have been using for spare parts and it looks like this sprocket holder is in better condition. Old vs Old I am hoping that I just misaligned the chain when I put my tire back on and not that there is something wrong on the engine end. I put the ‘new’ one on and made sure the chain was in spec and there is no more noise. It is amazing how much more fun motorcycling is when you'r not worried about strange sounds.