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post #31 of 65 Old 05-01-11, 20:31
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No need (for me at least) - Nm is preferred. These are the units used in the service manual.

What might be useful would be to add the socket / bolt size to the chart too.
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That's a good idea, though I'm not gonna pull my bike apart to get the sizes.


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Well I noticed a little misprint in the list while I was changing my plugs. Spark plug torque was listed as 21 NM instead of the 12 NM from the service manual. I corrected it in my quick reference so those who have downloaded it might want to grab a new copy.
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GREAT POST!!!

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Well I noticed a little misprint in the list while I was changing my plugs. Spark plug torque was listed as 21 NM instead of the 12 NM from the service manual. I corrected it in my quick reference so those who have downloaded it might want to grab a new copy.
Fixed it. Thanks


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Ronin, your missing one on your table..


Gear pedal pivot bolt---------------------------------------22
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Ronin, your missing one on your table..


Gear pedal pivot bolt---------------------------------------22
Thanks for pointing it out Mike, its fixed
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OK, added the known spec differences for the 675R model thanks to CJC I also attached the scans of the new service manual to the first post.

The 675R Specs that pertain specifically to that model are highlighted in blue.

Also the specs that pertain specifically to the Standard model Street Triple are in green.

Otherwise the models are the same, quite often the Daytona and Street Triple R are the same since they use similar suspension and brake components.

If there's any major confusion or you desperately need these specs just buy a freakin' manual. They are worth every penny.

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question on terms...

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Undertray to bracket (Street Triple/R)---------------------3
Is that for the belly pan bolts?

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Is that for the belly pan bolts?
I believe so actually. And now that you point that out I think I will change the term to Bellypan to make it easier. Thanks


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