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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-02-2019, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Frame bolt torque setting - Speed Twin

I am looking for the Torque setting for the frame bolt (Speed Twin) so that I can install my Meerkat X pipe. If anyone has the service manual page that would be great.
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Have to loosen the left/right side frame rail and engine bolt so that encompasses various bolts.
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I believe the frame bolts are 40Nm however I have read others are referring to also loosening the crankcase bolt which appears to be 105Nm.
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I am looking for the Torque setting for the frame bolt (Speed Twin) so that I can install my Meerkat X pipe. If anyone has the service manual page that would be great.
Cradle rail to frame 40 nm (1 x top and 2 x bottom same torque)
Cradle rail to crankcase (1x) 105 nm (yes it seems a lot, but that's the spec)
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Thanks, Andrew. I just put that info to use installing a Meerkat crossover!

I hear running is good for you, but the ice cubes keep falling out of my glass.
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