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hey guys n girls does anyone have the torque setting for the wheel sprocket on a 98 im guessing it wouldnt be too tight in alloy and all, around 40-50 ish?!?!?!
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For a 2000:

cast wheels 55-65 ft/lb
laced wheels 45-55 ft/lb
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heya gaz thanks mate im gunn ahave to buiy a dam manual i think lol..hows things traveling your way ?
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heya gaz thanks mate im gunn ahave to buiy a dam manual i think lol..hows things traveling your way ?
Bike's running really well after I tuned and timed it myself with an LM-1 air/fuel meter.
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jolly good to hear mate,i cant wait to get this dam thing going again im haven withdrawwwwlllllssssssssss! ..stay safe bud we have had a lot of bike deaths and accidents up here over the last few weeks starting to get real bad for bikers .but cant let the cages win
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hey guys n girls does anyone have the torque setting for the wheel sprocket on a 98 im guessing it wouldnt be too tight in alloy and all, around 40-50 ish?!?!?!
My service manual says (1993 & 1994):

For cast wheel use red loctite and tighten bolts 55-65 ft lbs.

For laced wheel use red loctite and tighten bolts 45-55 ft lbs.
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My service manual says (1993 & 1994):

For cast wheel use red loctite and tighten bolts 55-65 ft lbs.

For laced wheel use red loctite and tighten bolts 45-55 ft lbs.
I've always just used blue, and it's been fine.
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hey breezey i dunno wot the diff is but i think blue stays a bit plyable ?!
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Yes the blue is a medium strength ,the red you may need heat to separate.
But maybe there considering the heat from the rotor.
Blue was just what I had on hand, and never had it loosen up.
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hey breezey i dunno wot the diff is but i think blue stays a bit plyable ?!
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