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DISASSEMBLY --INTRODUCTION
(13) Liquid Gasket, Non-permanent Locking Agent
Follow manufacturer's directions for cleaning and preparing surfaces where these compounds
will be used.
Apply sparingly
.
Excessive amounts may block engine oil passages and cause
serious damage.
An example of a non-permanent
locking
agent commonly available in North
America
is Loctite
Lock'n Seal
(Blue)
.
(14) Ball Bearing, Oil Seal, Grease Seal Installation
When
installing
a ball bearing, the bearing race which
is
affected by friction should be pushed
by a su
itable
driver.
This
prevents severe
stress
on
the
balls and
races,
and prevents races and
balls
from
being
dented.
Press
a
ball bearing until
it
stops
at
the
stop
in the hole
or on the shaft.
Seals should be pressed
into place using a suitable driver,
which contacts evenly with the side of
the
seal until the
face
of the seal
is even
with
the
end of
the
hole.
(15) Circlip, Retaining Ring
Replace any circlips and
retaining rings
that were removed with new ones, as removal weakens
and deforms
them.
When
installing
circlips and retaining
rings,
take
care
to compress or expand
them only enough to
install them and no more.
(16)
High Flash-point Solvent
A
high flash -point
solvent
is recommended to reduce fire
danger.
A
commercial
solvent
commonly
available
in
North
America
is
Stoddard solvent
(generic
name).
Always
follow
manufacturer and
container directions regarding the use
of any
solvent.
(17) Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS
2
)
Grease
This manual
makes
reference
to molybdenum disulfide grease in the
assembly of certain engine
and chassis parts.
Always
check manufacturer recommendations
before using such special
lubricants.
(18) Electrical Leads
All the electrical leads are
either single-color or two-color and,
with only a
few
exceptions, must
be connected
to leads
of
the same
color.
On any of the two-color leads there is
a greater amount
of one color and a
lesser amount
of a
second color, so a two-color lead is identified
by first the
primary
color
and
then the
secondary
color.
For
example,
a yellow wire with thin red stripes is
referred
to
as a
"yellow/red"
wire;
it
would
be a "red/yellow"
wire
if
the colors were reversed to
make red
the
main color.
TORQUE AND LOCKING AGENT
Tighten
all
bolts and nuts to the proper torque using an accurate torque
wrench.
If insufficiently
tightened,
a
bolt or nut may become damaged or falloff,
possibly
resulting in
damage to the
motor-
cycle
and injury to the
rider.
A bolt or nut
which
is
overtightened may become damaged, strip an
internal
thread
,
or break and then fallout
.
The following table lists the tightening torque
for the
major
bolts and
nuts,
and
the parts requiring use of a non-permanent
locking
agent.
Parts
marked with an
asterisk
(*)
must be retorqued according to the
Periodic Maintenance Chart
(Pg.
10).
One at
a time, loosen each
bolt
or nut
%
turn
,
then tighten it to
the specified torque
..
Follow the sequence
if
specified
.
For
engine
fasteners, retorque
them when the engine is cold (at
room temperature).
NOTE: Marks used
in
the
"Remark"
:
Apply
a non-permanent
locking
agent to the thread
.
*
:
Apply
a liquid
gasket
to the thread
.
o
:
Apply
a molybdenum disulfide engine assembly grease to
specified portion.
ENGINE
( )
:
This marked value is for
US
model.
Part
Quantity
Metric
English
Remark
See Pg.
(kg-m)
(ft-Ibs)
Air suction valve cover bolts
<fJ6
Pl.0
12
1.5
11.0
65
(0.90)
(78 in-Ibs)
-
Alternator
rotor bolt
<f J 1
0 Pl
.25
1
7.0
51
-
87
Alternator stator Allen bolts
<fJ5
PO.8
3
0.80
69
in-Ibs
86
Camshaft
cap
bolts
<f J
6 Pl.0
16
1.2
104 in-Ibs
-
68
Camshaft
chain
guide
screws <fJ6
Pl.0
2
-
-
73
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