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torque spec for sliders...

Does anyone out there know what the torque spec is for the top engine mount bolts? I'm hoping to add frame sliders, and inquiring minds need to know!
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Re: torque spec for sliders...

What bike? (You posted this in Common, and you own several Honda bikes it appears.)
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Re: torque spec for sliders...

29 foot pounds for the 954.
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Re: torque spec for sliders...

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29 foot pounds for the 954.
If i can give one word of advice.
Make sure that you do not overtighten the new frame slider bolts.. In my personal experiance and from what ive heard, sometimes the new slider bolts are just a smige to long... and if you over tighten you will split the engine casing causing an oil leak... I promise it will happen so be careful cause honda will not cover that under warrenty
What fixed mine was silicone mixed with a special blend of JB weld

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Re: torque spec for sliders...

Or 39Nm for the 954

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