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Cylinder head to case torque specs 1985 kx 125 @
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2002 KX125 Torque Specs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 91 kx 250 torque values
Engine Top End:
Auto Decompressor Bolt 104 in·lb
Cylinder Head Cover Bolts 87 in·lb
Cylinder Head Bolts: M10 36 S
M6 104 in·lb S
the S in that means the specified pattern ... just like tightening car tire bolts... please note all that it its INCH lbs....
don't know why it says just 36 for the M10 bolts unless they left out inch lbs
Anything else let me know as i've got a manual for the 250 f... actually i've got a few different ones
Please take a moment to rate this solution as i've taken a few minutes to find the manual thanks
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: torque specs
what size bolt heads on these bolts (the bolts size chart for correct torque specs is 2mm smaller than the head of the bolt on Kaw).while the forks are still off and the end caps also still off,hold them level (up/down) and by hand (which will be easy because the caps are off to let the springs come out past the tube-but leave them in as they change the amt. of fluid goin in)push down slow to compress and bottom them out then fill till you get 100mm from inside the top of the forks tube is on the mark.then pull them back to fully extended ,put the caps CAREFULLY back on so they dont stripp the soft threads up.P.S.if this was used at a track there are 2 inexpensive brass or copper bushings inside the big tubes top and a bit lower that will get worn and let the inner fork tube **** back and fourth as it compresses in and out that causes the seals to leak again very soon because it flexes the round inner part of the fork seal to become out of round (not tight all around the tube for correct sealing) from slack and to much movement from the above mentioned cheap bushings wear.I cut em out with a dremmel and freeze the new ones for easy insertion with fingers to not nick em from tappin in with a hammer,etc.good luck,wallace
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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