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Torque Spec's

I know you guys will know the torque spec for the exhaust headers for the V. I'm guessing its not 7 ft lbs, like it is now. And is there a site or online referance manual I can get to check the rest of the specs other than the semi useless owners manual? Mr Kawa did a crappy job putting my V together...Gonna pants that mother when I see him
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-02-2009, 11:51 PM
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From the Service Manual

Torque - Exhaust Pipe Manifold Holder Nuts [F]: 17 Nm(1.7kgfm, 12 ftlb)

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did you buy your bike from OTD? Is it the dealer assemby that's got you down or the factory assembly job? Am I going to have to pull the steering head to lube the bearings right off the bat
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I did get it from OTD, but I don't think (not positive though) that they install the exhaust headers...Thanks Charles...Gonna run out right now with my trusty Snap On and tighten em up

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you can download the service manual from HERE
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I have all Versys torque specs if you don't get hold of a service manual.

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Got the service manual via this forum, Super Thanks

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