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Old 12-07-2009, 12:32 PM
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Question Clutch Spring Torques

Hi there, just a quick question does anyone know the torque setting for the bolts that hold the clutch springs to the basket. I've had a look on the torque settings page but I can't find it, any help would be appreciated.


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Old 12-07-2009, 01:07 PM
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Lightly seating the bolts is all thats required. The preload from the springs acts like a lock washer preventing the bolt from backing out.
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:40 PM
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10Nm I believe. Quite light. It's in the engine rebuild manual - downloadable but only listed under one year I think. But the engines haven't really changed much.
In general sense check any torque setting you read in a GG manual. There's a general torque table on this site somewhere but it is a general and I'm sure good for general bolts but probably doesn't apply to any high tensile and or specialist stuff.
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10Nm I believe. Quite light. It's in the engine rebuild manual - downloadable but only listed under one year I think. But the engines haven't really changed much.
In general sense check any torque setting you read in a GG manual. There's a general torque table on this site somewhere but it is a general and I'm sure good for general bolts but probably doesn't apply to any high tensile and or specialist stuff.
When I was replacing my clutch plates I called SMS racing and they told me it was 14 Nm.
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I'll never forget as it was a good laugh when someone called asking that and the guy working for me told em to tighten one till it breaks and the others not as much.
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