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    Torque Spec for left hand threat clutch bolt

    Hi guys, going to put my clutch back on today but need the torque spec?

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    Michael


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    80Nm or 59ft/lbs. Also, apply engine oil to the bolt before you install it. good luck.

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    Great thanks much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Special View Post
    Great thanks much!
    no problem, just don't over torque it!

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    Hi, once the clutch is replaced. Do we have to break it in or not?

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    Also, how do you guys prime the oil pump? Do you fill up the oil pump with oil and then disconnect the coil connectors to the spark plugs so you can swing the engine a few times to build oil pressure?

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    Mike

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    I don´t break in my new clutches, just varming up the engine slowly like always.
    Regarding the oilpump here is a pic of how to fill it. I would highty recomend you to get the service manual.
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    How do you get the pump on without spilling all that oil right back out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    How do you get the pump on without spilling all that oil right back out
    My first thought was that it would all spill out also, but thst is no the case.

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    Also make sure your torque wrench torques in reverse. Most do not.

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