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Engine manuals 1078RR B4

Hey everyone.

Been a while.

Dealing with a fueling issue which requires the removal of the fuel rail. Need torque specs.

Researched here and can't find the correct manual.

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Those specs will be the same on all the 4 cylinder bikes. Check Donsy's site for manuals.

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Hey everyone.

Been a while.

Dealing with a fueling issue which requires the removal of the fuel rail. Need torque specs.

Researched here and can't find the correct manual.



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They're M5 screws with medium LocTite.....deal with it


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What Noel just said was snug 'em up and don't be ham-handed.

I couldn't find a direct spec.
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Hey Chuck..Is your messgage box full as I'm trying to contact you.? .Send me a mssg immediately : ) on [email protected]

Apologies to OP.

and yes..Just common sense on those..I do a kind of angular torque on little fasteners...probably about 15 degrees from where the first resistance : )

But that's just me..

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