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Old 09-09-2007, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone out there know the torq specs for the following:

1. Swingarm pivot
2. Rotor
3. Discs
4. Axle shaft (front and back)

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 09-09-2007, 03:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Swingarm Pivot - 125 Nm (90 ft.lb)
Rotor Bolts (Front and Rear)- 18 Nm (13 ft.lb)
Rear Axle Shaft - 150 Nm (110 ft.lb)
Front Axle Shaft - 72 Nm (52 ft.lb)

I'm not sure what you mean by Rotor and Discs (they're the same thing). The torque specs for the front and rear rotor/disc bolts are the same and are listed above.

I hope this helps!!

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Old 09-09-2007, 03:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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quote:Originally posted by Warrior_Dave

Swingarm Pivot - 125 Nm (90 ft.lb)
Rotor Bolts (Front and Rear)- 18 Nm (13 ft.lb)
Rear Axle Shaft - 150 Nm (110 ft.lb)
Front Axle Shaft - 72 Nm (52 ft.lb)

I'm not sure what you mean by Rotor and Discs (they're the same thing). The torque specs for the front and rear rotor/disc bolts are the same and are listed above.

I hope this helps!!

Dave


Thanks Dave, I meant the belt drive pulley.
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quote:Originally posted by DarkSide


Thanks Dave, I meant the belt drive pulley.



Torque spec's for the belt pulley is:

Belt pulley bolts - 95 Nm (68 ft.lb)

Let me know if you need anything else.

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Old 09-10-2007, 01:00 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Man I love this forum...Thanks Dave that;s good info for a bunch of us!![^]
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By the way, the torque specs for the pinch bolt on the front right fork is:

Front Pinch Bolt - 23 Nm (17 ft.lb)


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Hey whats the TQ spec for the fork stem Bolt. The big one under the speedo.. Thanks
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Old 09-10-2007, 03:30 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I have a PDF copy of the Warrior service manual. It has torque specs for everything along with a ton of other info.

If you want a copy just email me at

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Default Rear Axle Torque...first post!

Greetings! Been a RSW rider for about a month and a group member for the same.

First, my thanks for the massive amount of information available and the willingness to exchange info and experience...gave me the courage to reinstall my Power Commander V after removing an EX model.

To my point: I have reviewed nearly all the 2002-2009 RSW manuals on the Star website and they consistantly use 108-110 ft/lbs as the rear axle torque. Having also seen members suggesting lower torque settings, I am unsure wtf to do. I set at 72 ft/lbs based on what I read, but am a bit nervous. The 110 number seems excessive based on prior MC experience. Why so tight anyway? Thanks!
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Welcome! On your question, for the 2002-2005 model year bikes member Churchkey discovered some years ago the service manual had swapped the torque of the rear axle with the torque of the front pulley nut and it never got fixed in the single-printing manual. With the 2006 Supplement the front pulley nut's torque shows as 85ftlbs (120nm) (actually ~116nm?) because its a different nut and washer style - but many torque it higher too - possibly a few came loose as had happened with the early model year bikes. Others may have better reasons to post as I'm not up-to-speed with the 2006+ front pulley nut recommendation reasons.

I had read posts where members used 90ftlbs (122nm) on their front pulley nut without troubles. I use 100ftlbs (~136nm) for my 2003 front pulley nut with no troubles and I have a front case set with a rotating pulley cover. The dealer used 80ftlbs on the rear axle after a tire change. Churchkey uses and recommends 120ftlbs on the front pulley nut and 72 ftlbs on his rear axle nut because on his bike neither comes loose and he seems like a fairly aggressive rider so that's saying something.

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Greetings! Been a RSW rider for about a month and a group member for the same.

First, my thanks for the massive amount of information available and the willingness to exchange info and experience...gave me the courage to reinstall my Power Commander V after removing an EX model.

To my point: I have reviewed nearly all the 2002-2009 RSW manuals on the Star website and they consistantly use 108-110 ft/lbs as the rear axle torque. Having also seen members suggesting lower torque settings, I am unsure wtf to do. I set at 72 ft/lbs based on what I read, but am a bit nervous. The 110 number seems excessive based on prior MC experience. Why so tight anyway? Thanks!
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