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2000 Kawasaki ZX-7R exhaust torque specs

Torque settings for exhaust downpipe nuts @

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SOURCE: Torque Settings

30 ft lbs

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SOURCE: torque setting cbr 1000rr headstock nut?

Hi there!

here are some recommended torque for small nuts and bolts:
Torque Specifications of Small Screws
Screw Size/Torque (in.-lb)

2mm 5-7
2-56 6-8
2.5mm 8-10
4-40 10-12
5-40 11-13
3mm 12-14
6-32 15-17
4mm 18-21
8-32 19-23
5mm 20-24
10-32 22-26

Also, click on the link below and you'll never have to find torque settings for your motorcycle bolts. I use this as a reference all the time.

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Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: What is the rear axle nut torque setting?

have u bought a haynes manual yet all the specs are there or call local pearl harbor cycle dealer!

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146Nm on the 46mm Nut 
146Nm ~ = 108 ft-lb

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SOURCE: what is the torque setting for the flywheel nut on a 05 yz250

40 FtLbs.

I suggest you download the manual for the bike.

This site is a tad slow, but apparently the manual is accurate:
http://www.yamahaownershandbook.com.au/?r=0

And here's another site for the manual:
http://www.yamaha-motor-europe.com/community/service/manuals.jsp



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The Oxygen Sensors (O2S) are attached to, and protrude into the vehicle exhaust system. Depending on the emission package, the vehicle may use a total of either 2 or 4 sensors.

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Two sensors are used: upstream (referred to as 1/1) and downstream (referred to as 1/2). With this emission package, the upstream sensor (1/1) is located just before the main catalytic convertor. The downstream sensor (1/2) is located just after the main catalytic convertor.


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California Emissions Package (4.7L engine):
On this emissions package, 4 sensors are used: 2 upstream (referred to as 1/1 and 2/1) and 2 downstream (referred to as 1/2 and 2/2). With this emission package, the right upstream sensor (2/1) is located in the right exhaust downpipe just before the mini-catalytic convertor. The left upstream sensor (1/1) is located in the left exhaust downpipe just before the mini-catalytic convertor. The right downstream sensor (2/2) is located in the right exhaust downpipe just after the mini-catalytic convertor, and before the main catalytic convertor. The left downstream sensor (1/2) is located in the left exhaust downpipe just after the mini-catalytic convertor, and before the main catalytic convertor.

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