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Nuts and Bolts (Torque Settings)

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Nuts and Bolts (Torque Settings)

Post by spitonyourgrave22 on Sat 30 Oct 2010, 4:58 am

Go around the bike with your torque wrench and check that nothing has worked loose. In particular check the following mission-critical fastners:



Spark plugs (12 Nm, 9 lbs-ft)
Sump plug (35 Nm, 25 lbs-ft)
Engine mounting bolts (45 Nm, 33 lbs-ft)
Exhaust downpipe nuts (13 Nm, 10 lbs-ft)
Exhaust mountings and clamp (27 Nm, 20 lbs-ft)
Handlebar clamp bolts (27 Nm, 20 lbs-ft)
Headlight mounting bolts
Gearchange pedal bolt (23 Nm, 17 lbs-ft)
Footrest (45 Nm , 33 lbs-ft)
Side stand nut (40 Nm, 29 lbs-ft)
Front axle / clamp bolt (60 / 27 Nm, 44 / 17 lbs-ft)
Top / bottom yolk clamps (23 / 40 Nm, 33 lbs-ft)
Shock top / bottom bolts (27 / 38 Nm, 17 / 28 lbs-ft)
Swingarm pivot (90 Nm, 66 lbs-ft)
Rear axle (90 Nm, 66 lbs-ft)
Brake caliper mounting bolts (32 Nm, 24 lbs-ft)
Brake hose banjo bolts / bleed nipples (35 / 5.5 Nm, 26 / 4 lbs-ft)

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