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    911 Help: Need Factory Torque Settings - All of Them??

    With most vehicles, there is generally a listing on one page that shows FAQ torque settins - listing everything for the entire vehicle.

    Is that available for the SeaDoo that someone can post for me? I am installing an engine in a GTX 4TEC SC and I am spending HOURS scrolling through hundreds of pages of ENGINE (4TEC) manual info to find a single torque setting.

    Thanks.


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    Lurker posted this link, has several of the manuals listed.

    http://jmfiskin.com/manuals/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BartenderSammy View Post
    With most vehicles, there is generally a listing on one page that shows FAQ torque settins - listing everything for the entire vehicle.

    Is that available for the SeaDoo that someone can post for me? I am installing an engine in a GTX 4TEC SC and I am spending HOURS scrolling through hundreds of pages of ENGINE (4TEC) manual info to find a single torque setting.

    Thanks.
    if your a mechanic and done alot of rebuilds common sense is all i8t takes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetskibill9999 View Post
    if your a mechanic and done alot of rebuilds common sense is all i8t takes
    Dude, WTF??? Common sense is all it takes?? How does common sense help me find that an engine support bracket is 18lb/ft torque and exhaust manifolds are 7lb/in???

    Don't you kinda have to KNOW those numbers - common sense would be something along the lines of "this is the exhaust manifold...don't stick your mouth on it when the engine is running - tastes really bad".....

    but thanks for your help...

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    Sammy, you're using new stretch bolts aren't you? ... Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    Sammy, you're using new stretch bolts aren't you? ... Ron
    Ron, thanks for asking. Slight change of plans on my rebuild. I repaired all the parts that were damaged from the valve breaking loose (head weld work, reset all the valves with new serdi cuts, welding the lower case block, etc) but am selling them to offset repair costs. I bought a complete engine that came out of a wrecked ski - same year, same model, same color - so it worked out well. All I had to do was swap out some of the bolt-on pieces: exhaust manifold, SC, airbox, coolant pump, etc.

    So the bolts never had to come out of the motor I just put in.

    The torque setting question came from the fact that I haven't ever worked on a ski before - this is the first one I have owned - so I wasn't really familiar with the 900 pages of the manual, so I was spending more time flipping 'pages' than actually doing the work.

    I was pretty excited about getting the motor in the ski so I haven't really slept in two days - stayed up all night watching the Olympics and going through page by page - got everything I need now.

    THANKS.

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    Sammy, sounds good... Ron

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    Sammy Ya got that think fired up yet. Oh wait you aint answering cause you are on the water.

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