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Is it safe to assume I can go off of the Previous gen's torque specs?

I have to take the wheels off and want to make sure.

Wheels:
Front wheel spindle/axle bolt-----------------------------65
Front wheel spindle pinch bolts---------------------------20
Rear wheel spindle/axle bolts----------------------------110
 

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Yes...I did the same earlier this year and wasn't sure and just went off previous gens. No issues to date.
 

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Is it safe to assume I can go off of the Previous gen's torque specs?

I have to take the wheels off and want to make sure.

Wheels:
Front wheel spindle/axle bolt-----------------------------65
Front wheel spindle pinch bolts---------------------------20
Rear wheel spindle/axle bolts----------------------------110
My '13 service manual has you on the mark except the pinch bolts are 22. All in Nm units. Surely 20 would be close enough your wrench maybe off that much.
 

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Thanks Starpower :thumbup:. Can you share the torque of the caliper bolts?
The 675 Nissin are to be 35 Nm and the 675R Brembo is 55Nm
 

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The 675 Nissin are to be 35 Nm and the 675R Brembo is 55Nm
Not to question the data in the manual but that seems really high. 55Nm is around 40lb/ft. My pinch bolts are set at 14.7 lb/ft which is 19.9Nm. Are you sure your not talking about the caliper bolts with those numbers?

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Disregard! My reading and my comprehension are on two separate levels apparently!!!
 

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48Nm all models.
 

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And all engine mount bolts.
 

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Found the 2013 Street Triple service manual on EBay. Various formats and prices. I had a pdf version emailed to me and it's perfect. Under $8.00
 

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Exhaust header nut torque settings

According to the 2012 manual the torque for these nuts are first tighten to 2nm, then to 15nm

Is the 2013 street triple the same?
 

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I have a service manual at home but this sheet is handy for the routine torque specs.
If you have a Street Triple do a google search to find the correct sheet.
Note the VIN number.

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Ok, the attachment doesn't work...
Google search: Triumph Daytona 675R Service Data Sheet and open the PDF. Be sure you are looking at the sheet specific to your bike.
 

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I have a service manual at home but this sheet is handy for the routine torque specs.
If you have a Street Triple do a google search to find the correct sheet.
Note the VIN number.

Edit:
Ok, the attachment doesn't work...
Google search: Triumph Daytona 675R Service Data Sheet and open the PDF. Be sure you are looking at the sheet specific to your bike.
Thanks for posting this, much appreciated!
 

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Hi guys, I had slight leak coming from the clutch case bolts of my 2014 D675. I found the bolts were loose. I accidentally tightened the bolts to 11NM instead of 9 NM. Am I in for potential trouble in the future? 😮
 
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