Is there a area here that has this info or can someone with a manual help a brother out, finishing up forward controls and need torque setttins for frame rail, swingarm pivot, engine mount, and rear axle
Yes, this has been discussed before. Max questioned this value when I mentioned to him that the listed value was wrong.200 Nm sounds quite high, the roller bearings won't like that very much...
But if the manual says so...
wow, is it really that big of deal, old saying, nothing good to say, don't say nuthin at all, I'm sorry that I can't justify buying a manual for a few torque settings, that money can help me get shocks. Some of us don't have money to just throw around and have to plan every cent spent on their toy.Seriously Why is it that so many are to cheap to spend the money on a manual, then come here or to other sites begging for copyrighted information.
When you get a bike and have even the slightest inkling that you will be doing any work on it the manual should be the FIRST and most important accessory thats purchased.
Agree, it is very coool, I didn't think I was begging haaha, if no one would have answered, I would have just went to hd for the info :coff:The manual should come along for free when purchasing any device...
But as this is obviously not always the case, people tend to form communities to help each other out. I think that's cool.
"Penny wise pound Foolish" goes the old saying.wow, is it really that big of deal, old saying, nothing good to say, don't say nuthin at all, I'm sorry that I can't justify buying a manual for a few torque settings, that money can help me get shocks. Some of us don't have money to just throw around and have to plan every cent spent on their toy.
Im sure I'll put out the money this year sometime, alls I'm saying is that not everyone is in a good situation, it's taken me 4 years to put forward controls on my bike, it wasn't a hard enough job for me to purchase a manual, although I was worried about the motor mount, it was also super easy once the rear brake and wheel are off."Penny wise pound Foolish" goes the old saying.
There is so much information in the service, electrical diagnostics and Parts manual they pay for themselves on your first "serious" repair.
This does not mention just reading the manuals you get a real inkling as to how things are supposed to work as well as how to diagnose problems with minimal grief as repair same.
Some people use the forums after spending hours or days in a feeble attempt to figure out what is wrong rather than read a very good manual on how to diagnose the problem in minimal time.
I guess if you have nothing to do tbut waste time rather than diagnose the problem in a minimal time........