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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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Torque Settings

Does anyone have the torque settings for the exhaust, cat down to the silencer bracket bolts please. 19Nm for the header into the head according to an earlier post. 👍
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Looked through Haynes manual, and unless I missed them, didn't see any specs beyond the headers.

Hand tight and then a pinch more is all I did on mine for xpipe, and exhaust clamps and then a bit tighter for silencer bracket bolts.


I did them before I had the manual and once did double checked the headers nuts, no problems for almost 2 years.
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I just installed the British Customs Turn Out exhaust so I had to remove the right-hand header pipe flange nuts. When re-tightening the flange nuts to 19Nm I also checked the left-hand header pipe and noticed that they were not anywhere close to 19Nm. I purchased the bike secondhand with less than 500 miles, fully stock and have no other reason to think the previous owner messed with the flange nuts. Anyone ever notice nuts/bolts not tightened to spec from the factory?
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I just installed the British Customs Turn Out exhaust so I had to remove the right-hand header pipe flange nuts. When re-tightening the flange nuts to 19Nm I also checked the left-hand header pipe and noticed that they were not anywhere close to 19Nm. I purchased the bike secondhand with less than 500 miles, fully stock and have no other reason to think the previous owner messed with the flange nuts. Anyone ever notice nuts/bolts not tightened to spec from the factory?
Two of my flange nuts were very loose when I swapped out the fins on my exhaust, so it's definitely something to keep an eye on.
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Though I didnít see any of the torque settings you requested in the Haynes manual either, I did find them in the British Customs exhaust installation guide after I had already installed it. ugh. Posted the link below, but itís also on the product pages at britishcustoms.com

https://delivery.shopifyapps.com/-/0...bbfe17ce25b383


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