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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-12-2011, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Oil Pan torque specs

Can someone tell me what the oil pan torque specs are for a 2005 F4-S ?

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I hope I've done this right and the link works:
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Thats'a pretty comprehensive list of torque settings, please let me know if you can't download that and I'll try another was of listing it.
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Page B-83 the engine manual....
on the bottom of the motor all M8 bolts get 25Nm
the M6 ones 10Nm

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Thanks guys.

I think I'm due for an oil pan gasket swap. I have a slight leak. I tightened the bolts but there was residue when I checked yesterday.

Bike is 6 years old so I guess it's time.

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gasket?

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drain the oil, wipe the pan and gasket down with acetone or lacquer thinner
apply a thin coat of RTV silicone gasket maker to the mating surface of the pan, put the gasket on the pan, apply a coat to it.
now wipe the bottom of the motor with the acetone or lacquer thinner,
mount the pan/gasket and tighten the bolts to spec
i usually put 2 guide studs in to make alignment easier


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drain the oil, wipe the pan and gasket down with acetone or lacquer thinner
apply a thin coat of RTV silicone gasket maker to the mating surface of the pan, put the gasket on the pan, apply a coat to it.
now wipe the bottom of the motor with the acetone or lacquer thinner,
mount the pan/gasket and tighten the bolts to spec
i usually put 2 guide studs in to make alignment easier

Thanks Noel.

I'm about to pick one of these up. Is there a header gasket that I need to buy too since the headers need to come off?

My leak got really bad so I used some high temp RTV silicone to plug the hole in the meantime. Looks like I stopped it for the time being but I don't know for how long. The oil was coming from a really small hole in the gasket. Really small.

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Thanks Noel.

I'm about to pick one of these up. Is there a header gasket that I need to buy too since the headers need to come off?

My leak got really bad so I used some high temp RTV silicone to plug the hole in the meantime. Looks like I stopped it for the time being but I don't know for how long. The oil was coming from a really small hole in the gasket. Really small.
You should be okay with the headers Turbs, the gasket's don't usually come out with the pipes and I have never changed mine. They are just copper/alley gaskets, look like big washers.

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You should be okay with the headers Turbs, the gasket's don't usually come out with the pipes and I have never changed mine. They are just copper/alley gaskets, look like big washers.
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