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Crankcase Splitting
CRANKSHAFTfTRANSMISSION 7-11
.
Fit the shift fork ears into the grooves of the respective
gears, and install the lower crankcase half on the upper
crankcase half.
.
Apply molybdenum disulfide oil to the threads and seating
surface of the lower Crankcase 8 mm bolts.
. Tighten the lower crankcase bolts using the following
steps:
OTemporarily tighten all bolts.
OTighten the 8 mm bolts [A] in the sequence (1-10) shown
on the crankcase, in two separate passes. Tighten them
to one-half the specified torque in the first pass, and to
the specified torque in the second pass.
OTighten the 6 mm [B] bolts.
Torque
-
Lower Crankcase
8 mm Bolts: 25 N.m (2.5 kgf.m,
18 ft.lb)
Lower Crankcase
6 mm Bolts: 12 N.m (1.2 kgf.m,
104 in.lb)
.
Tighten
the upper crankcase bolts.
50 mm Length Bolt [A]
40 mm Length Bolt [B]
100 mm Length Bolt [C]
115 mm Length Bolt [D]
Torque
-
Upper
Crankcase 6 mm Bolt: 12 N.m (1.2 kgf.m,
104 in.lb)
.
After tightening all the crankcase bolts, check the follow-
ing:
OThe
drive shaft and the output shaft rotate smoothly.
OThe
gears shift smoothly from 1st to 5th, and from 5th to
1st, while the output shaft is being rotated.
OWhen the output shaft is stationary, the gears can be
shifted to 1st and neutral, but not to 2nd and higher gears.
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