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westman995 01-03-2011 07:43 PM

Anyone got torque specs for a 600 twin motor?
 
I havent looked around yet, just wondering if someone has or knows where to get the torque specs for the whole motors. Supposed to be a 2000 powder 600 twin. Im sure the motors are pretty much all the same tho. Need torque specs for the whole thing pretty much.

Powersledder 01-04-2011 12:49 AM

Turn em till they're tight, if you snap or strip a bolt you went too far.

westman995 01-04-2011 11:34 PM

Hmm, ya i would rather not haha

westman995 01-04-2011 11:44 PM

I found the specs for the top end but i need them for the case also. Anyone got a service manual for one of these?

westman995 01-10-2011 06:36 PM

So nobody knows where i can get the torque specs for the bottom end? I cant find them anywhere online. All i can find is top end specs. Nothing for the cases.

OCR 01-11-2011 09:48 AM

Small bolts (10mm) should be 16ft/lb and the larger ones would be 26ft/lb.
Snug the small ones first starting from the center and working to the outer end, then the large ones.
Torque the small ones and then the large ones then check the small ones again.

ZLZEBUB 01-11-2011 12:12 PM

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Originally Posted by westman995 (Post 110012)
So nobody knows where i can get the torque specs for the bottom end? I cant find them anywhere online. All i can find is top end specs. Nothing for the cases.

uhm.....why not ask the mechanic at RVSPORTS.com ..... they right there in you state....or dennis kirks free tech line or....HEY JETBLAST......whats that web site again that will answer any tech question bout CATS ya have?????

DirtylilWolfess 01-11-2011 09:45 PM

RVSPORTS is a crapload of miles away from where Westman lives. He'd be better off calling his *local* AC dealer to ask them. Even better is to walk in the store and harass the shop guys in person with a printed out parts schematic so you can write down and keep the info on hand for next time.

westman995 01-12-2011 01:49 AM

I found some manuals :)

There is a website i had known of last year with free manuals. Lost the bookmark but i found the site again.


For anyone needing manuals check here:
http://chadt.us/manuals/index.php?op...cman&Itemid=57


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