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Old 03-11-2008, 07:52 PM   #1
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Quick reference Torque specs

How about it.
I was doing some spontaneous work on my bike and realized i dont have torque specs for sh1t.
So here are torque specs quick reference sticky, so i can like hit it from my phone next time . I figure these are the frequent ones. I know im not the only one thats been in this situation before.

Pinch bolts - 16 ft.lb
front axle - 58 ft.lb
front caliper bolts - 33 ft.lb
front rotor bolts - 14 ft.lb
Steering stem nut - 76 ft.lb

The front wheel spacer with the rim goes on the brake side

upper and lower triple clamp bolts - 17 ft.lb
OE clipon bolt - 20ft.lb

rear axle - 83 ft.lb
rear rotor bolts - 31 ft.lb
rear sprocket bolts - 47 ft.lb
Front sprocket - 40 ft.lb
Rear shock + link bolts - 33 ft.lb

The rear wheel spacer with the rim goes on the sprocket side

Throttle adjust lock nut. - 4 ft.lb
Passenger foot peg - 20 ft.lb
OE rearsets - 27 ft.lb

Oil drain bolt - 22 ft.lb
Oil filter -20 ft.lb

clutch lever mount clamp bolt - 9 ft.lb
clutch banjo - 25 ft.lb

Frame slider/engine bolts, (fr + mid hanger bolt) - 47 ft.lb


HESD FUNCTION TEST PROCEDURE
Support th e motorcycle securely using a hoist or equivalent and raise the front wheel off the ground.
Before function the test, check th e fee l for minimum damping characteristics by moving the steering
right and left quickly several times. Operate th e steering quickly and at a uniform force during th e
test.
Perform t he HESD function test as follow s:
1. Lower the side stand (side stand switch OFF).
2. Shift th e transmission int o any gear other th an neutral.
3. Open the throttle grip fully.
4. Turn the ignition switch ON with keeping th e state of 1 - 3.
The HESD indicator starts bl ink in g and the HESD system enters th e Fun ct ion Test Mode for 10 seconds.
Make sure that the damping characteristics (force) changes, by means of comparing the minimum
damping characteristics before Function Test with the maximum damping characteristics under the
Function Test.
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Old 06-14-2008, 03:29 PM   #2
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nice. Thanks was too lazy to look for my manual you helped me out snik!
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Old 06-14-2008, 04:19 PM   #3
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torque reference

the best quick reference torque specs is knowledge, no kinda disrespect here, you generally use the bolt size as reference, 6mm go to 10-13 ft lbs, 8mm go 14-17 and 10mm go 22-24. all depending on if being threaded into alloy or steele and how much thread engagement. axles and larger applications are generally by a manufactures spec. use of loctite and or antiseize are factors. i have replace every bolt on my bike with titanium or alloy and use these guidlines on all ti fastners, alloys a more touchy topic
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Fine Black tip Marker................know the torqued by looking at the bolt or nut......no more guessing

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I'm not to that point where I can even look at a bolt and tell if its a 10mm or 12mm. So for me, a reference like this is needed.
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This is perfect! Thanks, This site is always a big help!
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How about it.
I was doing some spontaneous work on my bike and realized i dont have torque specs for sh1t.
So here are torque specs quick reference sticky, so i can like hit it from my phone next time . I figure these are the frequent ones. I know im not the only one thats been in this situation before.

Pinch bolts - 16 ft.lb
front axle - 58 ft.lb
front caliper bolts - 33 ft.lb
front rotor bolts - 14 ft.lb
Steering stem nut - 76 ft.lb

The front wheel spacer with the rim goes on the brake side

upper and lower triple clamp bolts - 17 ft.lb
OE clipon bolt - 20ft.lb

rear axle - 83 ft.lb
rear rotor bolts - 31 ft.lb
rear sprocket bolts - 47 ft.lb
Front sprocket - 40 ft.lb
Rear shock + link bolts - 33 ft.lb

The rear wheel spacer with the rim goes on the sprocket side

Throttle adjust lock nut. - 4 ft.lb
Passenger foot peg - 20 ft.lb
OE rearsets - 27 ft.lb

Oil drain bolt - 22 ft.lb
Oil filter -20 ft.lb

clutch lever mount clamp bolt - 9 ft.lb
clutch banjo - 25 ft.lb

Frame slider/engine bolts, (fr + mid hanger bolt) - 47 ft.lb


HESD FUNCTION TEST PROCEDURE
Support th e motorcycle securely using a hoist or equivalent and raise the front wheel off the ground.
Before function the test, check th e fee l for minimum damping characteristics by moving the steering
right and left quickly several times. Operate th e steering quickly and at a uniform force during th e
test.
Perform t he HESD function test as follow s:
1. Lower the side stand (side stand switch OFF).
2. Shift th e transmission int o any gear other th an neutral.
3. Open the throttle grip fully.
4. Turn the ignition switch ON with keeping th e state of 1 - 3.
The HESD indicator starts bl ink in g and the HESD system enters th e Fun ct ion Test Mode for 10 seconds.
Make sure that the damping characteristics (force) changes, by means of comparing the minimum
damping characteristics before Function Test with the maximum damping characteristics under the
Function Test.
Good lookin Snik! When you coming up to the DC area (with the bike)?
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i drove thru DC kinda, on my way to summit

i like my thread, when i took a caliper off at the track to remove my wheel i looked it for the specs for the axle, caliper bolts. i was like sweet
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I love this thread. Saved my ass yet again.
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Right click print, staple to garage wall. Thanks snikwad
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