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Message started by Ram on 10/06/04 at 17:38:08

Title: Torque specs List
Post by Ram on 10/06/04 at 17:38:08

Compiled a list of torque specs a while ago, to print and put in my garage so I don't have to go thru my manual with greasy hands  ;)

Tekxtc typed the list out in the following post as Ram's web server threw the original list away.

Added excel file -v1

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by tekxtc on 11/04/04 at 09:58:32

Just in case the page gets lost:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
ITEMN-m|ft-lb
Rear
 axle nut
55.088.0|40.564.9
Engine
 drive pulley nut (RH)
100.0130.0|73.795.8
Exhaust
 pipe clamp bolts
18.028.0|13.320.6
Front
 axle nut
36.052.0|26.538.3
Front
 axle pinch bolt and nut
15.025.0|11.118.4
Spoke
 nipples
4.05.0|2.93.7
Rear
 driven pulley Mounting nuts
50.070.0|36.951.6
Rear
 driven pulley Side plate bolt
9.013.0|6.69.6
Driven
 pulley nut
100.0130.0|73.795.8
Shock
 absorber mounting nuts
20.030.0|14.722.1
Front
 caliper mounting bolts
25.040.0|18.429.5
Front
 caliper pad pin bolt
10.015.0|7.411.1
Front
 caliper bleed valve
6.09.0|4.46.6
Oil
 drain plug
12.018.0|8.813.3
Fork cap
 bolt
35.055.0|25.840.5
Cylinder
 head nuts (9mm)
29.033.0|21.424.3
Cylinder
 head-to-cylinder nuts (8mm)
23.027.0|17.019.9
Cylinder-to-crankcase
 nuts
8.012.0|5.98.8
Rocker
 arm shaft(exhaust) set bolt
8.010.0|5.97.4
Engine
 mounting No. 1 bolts and nuts
37.045.0|27.333.2
Engine
 mounting No. 2 bolt
70.088.0|51.664.9
Engine
 mounting No. 3 bolts and nuts
70.088.0|51.664.9
Engine
 mounting No. 4 bolt and nut
70.088.0|51.664.9
Engine mounting No. 5 Allen20.030.0|14.722.1
Cylinder
 head cover bolts
8.012.0|5.98.8
Cylinder
 head cover plug
25.030.0|18.422.1
Camshaft
 sprocket bolts
14.016.0|10.311.8
Camshaft
 chain tensioner set bolt
20.025.0|14.718.4
Cam chain
 tensioner/adjuster bolt
8.012.0|6.08.5
Valve
 adjuster locknut
13.016.0|9.611.8
Cylinder
 base nuts
8.012.0|5.98.8
Decompression
 lever nut
15.020.0|11.114.7


Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by tekxtc on 11/04/04 at 09:58:59

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
ITEMN-m|ft-lb
Alternator
 rotor bolt
140.0160.0|103.2117.9
Primary
 drive gear nut (LH)
90.0110.0|66.381.1
Gearshift
 drum stopper
15.023.0|11.117.0
Oil
 filter cap nut & oil sump filter cap bolt
6.08.0|4.45.9
Starter
 clutch Allen bolts
23.028.0|17.020.6
Crankcase
 bolts (6mm)
9.013.0|6.69.6
Oil
 gallery plug (10mm)
12.018.0|8.813.3
Oil
 gallery plug (14mm)
20.025.0|14.718.4
Crankshaft
 hold plug (36mm)
12.018.0|8.813.3
Counterbalancer
 set bolt
40.050.0|29.536.9
Crankshaft
 right end oil seal retainer bolt
5.06.0|3.74.4
Crankshaft
 left-hand flywheel nut
140.0160.0|103.2117.9
Transmission
 shaft oil seal retainer bolt
9.013.0|6.69.6
Clutch
 locknut
50.070.0|36.951.6
Clutch
 spring bolts
11.013.0|8.19.6
Clutch
 cover bolts
8.813.0|6.59.6
Front
 foot rest nuts
50.080.0|36.959.0
Engine
 ftont mounting bolt nuts
70.088.0|51.664.9
Brake
 disc bolts
18.028.0|13.320.6
Handlebar
 holder bolts & nuts
20.030.0|14.722.1
Handlebar
 clamp bolt
12.020.0|8.814.7
Fork
 bridge clamp bolts
25.035.0|18.425.8
Steering
 stem adjust nut Initial torque
40.050.0|29.536.9
Steering
 stem cap nut
30.040.0|22.129.5
Front
 fork bolt
35.055.0|25.840.5
Front
 fork allen bolt
25.035.0|18.425.8
Swing
 arm pivot bolt and nut
50.080.0|36.959.0
Front
 master cylinder clamping bolts
5.08.0|3.75.9
Front
 master cylinder union bolts
20.025.0|14.718.4
Engine
 front mounting through-bolt nuts
77.088.0|56.864.9


Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 02/22/13 at 21:01:27


072A24242631430 wrote:
the following



Here's a way to torque fasteners that are impossible to access with a plain torque wrench:

I've got lots of impromptu torque adapters I use while working on my bikes.  For instance, here are two that I've rigged up to torque the two 6mm nuts that are on the starboard side of the bottom of the cylinder assy.

This one uses a standard 10mm combination wrench.  The open end of the wrench fits perfectly on the drive square of my 3/8" torque wrench:


http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee201/Digger109/TorqueAdapter-1E.jpg


This one uses a 10mm crow's foot popped onto the drive square of my 3/8" drive torque wrench:


http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee201/Digger109/TorqueAdapterE.jpg


Just get an accurate measurement of the new perpendicular moment arm and do the math.  The offset angle of the 10mm wrench is small enough such that it can be neglected, by my calculations.

I keep the conversion factors in a book in my garage.  I currently have nineteen different torque adapters listed in that book.


Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 04/17/13 at 20:32:25

another precision torque wrench
Torque = force x distance
measure from the center of the bolt/nut to the center of the hook.
http://p1.bikepics.com/2012%5C08%5C27%5Cbikepics-2447917-800.jpg

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by sbrice54 on 04/19/13 at 14:35:08

Okay Vers..thanks for the tip!! I have used the crows foot..but adding the wrench to the end of the torque wrench are you not adding to the length of the beam therefore increasing the torque? I'm not talking smart. I usually use the "magic" torque wrench in my arm but crucial specs might be skewed. The crows foot I have used myself and extensions for sockets shouldn't change the readings as long as your not adding to the length. Just something I was taught.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by Digger on 04/20/13 at 18:45:51


3726362D27217170440 wrote:
Okay Vers..thanks for the tip!! I have used the crows foot..but adding the wrench to the end of the torque wrench are you not adding to the length of the beam therefore increasing the torque? I'm not talking smart. I usually use the "magic" torque wrench in my arm but crucial specs might be skewed. The crows foot I have used myself and extensions for sockets shouldn't change the readings as long as your not adding to the length. Just something I was taught.


Actually, the crow's foot does change the length, just not as much as the wrench does.

To get the proper torque, ya gotta do the math, in both cases.....

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by Jsud04 on 10/09/13 at 04:17:59

Spark plug torque for aluminum head?

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 10/09/13 at 12:00:12


6E5751404156571410240 wrote:
Spark plug torque for aluminum head?


Torque is specified as being a quarter turn when new, and eighth turn when used.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by Digger on 11/09/13 at 18:51:08


7F6C7B7A65686E6C6738090 wrote:
[quote author=6E5751404156571410240 link=1098848534/0#9 date=1381317479]Spark plug torque for aluminum head?


Torque is specified as being a quarter turn when new, and eighth turn when used.[/quote]

Ver,

Assume that your starting point is for the plug to first be finger tightened?

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by Henrik on 11/14/13 at 01:55:44

Camshaft
chain tensioner set bolt      20.0      25.0      |      14.7      18.4
Camshaft
chain tensioner Plate bolt      8.0      12.0      |      5.9      8.8

Refering to the torque spec list wich one of the above is the bolt that holds the plunger?

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by sesamestreet on 11/14/13 at 20:15:53

Plate bolt.

at least that's what i used  :-[

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 11/22/13 at 15:12:37


624F41414354260 wrote:
[quote author=7F6C7B7A65686E6C6738090 link=1098848534/0#10 date=1381345212][quote author=6E5751404156571410240 link=1098848534/0#9 date=1381317479]Spark plug torque for aluminum head?


Torque is specified as being a quarter turn when new, and eighth turn when used.[/quote]

Ver,

Assume that your starting point is for the plug to first be finger tightened?
[/quote]
In general, our sparky doesn't need to be torqued.  The class of fit is such that it won't leak and the cyclic pressure won't work the threads so they fatigue and fail.  What needs to happen is compress the washer to prevent ol sparky from walking out.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by cvsdave on 10/16/16 at 21:30:23

Why are there two values for both metric and english values in the list:

value1  value2 | value3 value4

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 10/16/16 at 21:31:43


2B3E3B2C293E2D480 wrote:
Why are there two values for both metric and english values in the list:

value1  value2 | value3 value4


it's a range, hi-low.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by Billy1258 on 12/09/16 at 12:17:57

I downloaded the excel file, and it has two tabs. both sheets have many of the same parts but with different torques? Am I reading this wrong?

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 01/12/17 at 14:28:23


1F343131246C6F68655D0 wrote:
I downloaded the excel file, and it has two tabs. both sheets have many of the same parts but with different torques? Am I reading this wrong?

I reviewed the file, found sht 2 matched the data listed here and deleted sht 1.
The revised file is now attached to the 1st post.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by zuki on 04/25/18 at 22:16:46

what are the torque specs for the motor mounts that connect the valve cover to the frame? and the ones under the bike. i couldnt find good info...so..i took the entire engine out to do the plug in the head. im gonna go grab a torque wrench from the store tomorrow and retorque the mounts.

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by verslagen1 on 04/25/18 at 22:37:05


6A657B79100 wrote:
what are the torque specs for the motor mounts that connect the valve cover to the frame?

those are No. 1's

Quote:
and the ones under the bike.

the rest are all the same torque (No.2)

Title: Re: Torque specs List
Post by batman on 11/07/19 at 23:38:43

Torque spec for a NKG sparkplug in an alum head is 20 ft/lbs. (from NKG  factory sheet)

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