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Old 11-04-2017, 01:59 AM
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Default Fuel tank torque settings

Morning guys, my F4i is almost built up now, just need to put the tank on later today. I bought it as a write off and have stripped it back to the frame, resprayed the frame and wheels and added some gorgeous Nastro Azzuro plastics.

I obviously had to get the tank sprayed to match so I need the torque settings for the banjo bolt and the small pressure but on the banjo bolt.

I've spent all this time and money on it and I haven't even rode it yet 👀
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Old 11-04-2017, 05:30 AM
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Hi Johnny, its in the manual , but if you have'nt got one have a look at this, be careful with a torque wrench , if its not calibrated you could snap something, I never use one on a bolt like this, just good feel
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Old 11-06-2017, 07:57 AM
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Hi Johnny, its in the manual , but if you have'nt got one have a look at this, be careful with a torque wrench , if its not calibrated you could snap something, I never use one on a bolt like this, just good feel
Cheers mate, I got it all put back together on Saturday. It looks awesome.
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Any Pictures Johhnny
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You're certainly not a shy and retiring type!

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You're certainly not a shy and retiring type!

haha, better to be seen than not :-)
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Cheers dude, I think I prefer it to my R1
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Really like the bike but I LOVE the helmet.
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