Listing of common torque specs for FZ6R


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i will on the 6th when my manual shows up, if anybody needs specs post and i will answer your question.
 
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upper shock bolt 36 ft lbs
lower shock bolt 39 ft lbs
upper handle bar 17 ft lbs
grip end 19 ft lbs
union bolt ft master cylinder 23 ft lbs
front brake caliper bolts 19 ft lbs
rear wheel sprocket bolts 57 ft lbs
rear axle 64 ft lbs
rear wheel brake disc 14 ft lbs
swingarm 79 ft lbs
front sprocket 61 ft lbs
left front engine mounting 40 ft lbs
right side engine front mounting 40 ft lbs
rear engine motor mounts 40 ft lbs
steering stem nut 79 ft lbs
triple tree upper pinch bolts 14 ft lbs
triple tree lower pinch bolts 22 ft lbs
fork cap bolt 17 ft lbs
damper rod bolt 16 ft lbs
lower handlebar holder nut 23 ft lbs
bolts for rear grap bar 11 ft lbs
front brake caliper mounting bracket 28 ft lbs
front brake calper 19 ft lbs
front brake disc 12 ft lbs
front axle 46 ft lbs
front wheel axle pinch bolt 13 ft lbs
brake line union bolt near master reservior 23 ft lbs
exhaust header flange nuts 14 ft lbs
muffler bolts left and right side 14 ft lbs

all on same piece foot rest assembly
2 at 39 ft lbs
3 at 21 ft lbs 1 at 16 ft lbs
 
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here's the rest !

left side gusset plate 4 bolts 22 ft lbs
union bolt oil cooler 45 ft lbs
rear brake disc 14 ft lbs
oil fillter 12 ft lbs
drain bolt 31 ft lbs
 

Diluted

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yes where the headers mount to the exhaust ports..... 14 ft lbs is tight enough because there are exhaust gaskets there.

couple mine were loose.... so good to check them with a 3/8 drive tq wrench if you have one.
 

Scott_Thomas

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LocoLechero

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bump bump used this today - great info - TORQUE don't just muscle those bolts!!!!
 

BluePill

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I am using the PDF copy of the factory service manual that has been around since 2009. It calls for 57 Ft. Lbs torque on the rear sprocket nuts. That sounds too high, and when I try to tighten them to that value it feels too tight. Anyone know of an updated spec.?

Thanks.
 

Just_Jim

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I am using the PDF copy of the factory service manual that has been around since 2009. It calls for 57 Ft. Lbs torque on the rear sprocket nuts. That sounds too high, and when I try to tighten them to that value it feels too tight. Anyone know of an updated spec.?

Thanks.
According to the Haynes manual, the spec is 80 Nm which converts to roughly 59 ft-lbs. So 57 ft-lbs is probably correct.
 

BluePill

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Thanks. I'm going to check the calibration of my torque wrench.
 


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