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    Flywheel bolts Torq specs?

    Guys I upgraded my Flywheel bolts last week on my 04 RXP and in the mist of things on checking with the motor I didn't read the direction quite right as it said torq them to 11 ft. lbs. What I failed to see is the extra 50 degrees.

    Well I put the dam motor back in the ski, but as anal as I am I redid everything in my mind and re-read all the directions to only see that I missed the extra 50 degrees after the 11 ft lbs.

    Do ya'll think this is a big deal? Would you think the loctite would keep it all good or should I go back and pull the motor again and torq the 50 degrees?

    Don't beat me up on this to much. I just screwed up and didn't read past the 11ft lbs...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Guys I upgraded my Flywheel bolts last week on my 04 RXP and in the mist of things on checking with the motor I didn't read the direction quite right as it said torq them to 11 ft. lbs. What I failed to see is the extra 50 degrees.

    Well I put the dam motor back in the ski, but as anal as I am I redid everything in my mind and re-read all the directions to only see that I missed the extra 50 degrees after the 11 ft lbs.

    Do ya'll think this is a big deal? Would you think the loctite would keep it all good or should I go back and pull the motor again and torq the 50 degrees?

    Don't beat me up on this to much. I just screwed up and didn't read past the 11ft lbs...

    When i did mine i read 16 lbs. not sure about your situation, but you sure dont want them vibrating loose and sheering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Guys I upgraded my Flywheel bolts last week on my 04 RXP and in the mist of things on checking with the motor I didn't read the direction quite right as it said torq them to 11 ft. lbs. What I failed to see is the extra 50 degrees.

    Well I put the dam motor back in the ski, but as anal as I am I redid everything in my mind and re-read all the directions to only see that I missed the extra 50 degrees after the 11 ft lbs.

    Do ya'll think this is a big deal? Would you think the loctite would keep it all good or should I go back and pull the motor again and torq the 50 degrees?

    Don't beat me up on this to much. I just screwed up and didn't read past the 11ft lbs...
    Austin, I would pull the rear pto cover and retorque them. It sucks but you dont want them coming loose and you will feel alot better knowing its right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    When i did mine i read 16 lbs. not sure about your situation, but you sure dont want them vibrating loose and sheering.

    Skoepp I agree I think I am just tired and being lazy.
    Here are the directions I got with the kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Skoepp I agree I think I am just tired and being lazy.
    Here are the directions I got with the kit.
    If you go Arp bolts is 25ftp

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    YES!!! dont leave then like that austin, no way, with the known issues on flywheel bolts ur pissing in the wind by putting updated ones in there at the wrong torque specs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rompe21 View Post
    If you go Arp bolts is 25ftp
    no problem
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    OK, guys record timming. I pulled the motor back out already.
    I didn't have any coolant in it, so that made it easy.

    I am not gonna waste 4 new quarts of amsoil, so i am gonna clean my pump can tomorrow and finish up tomorrow, but all I have to do is remove the T/stat and rear houseing and snug them down.

    So should I just add 50 degrees or what?

    Thanks everyone for getting me off my tired ass. Long night last night at the firehouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Skoepp I agree I think I am just tired and being lazy.
    Here are the directions I got with the kit.
    Are those the instructions from the OEM upgraded bolts in the store?
    I dont remember that being the instructions I was going off of. I still got my pto cover off so will check but i thought they were torqued to 16 ftlbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Are those the instructions from the OEM upgraded bolts in the store?
    I dont remember that being the instructions I was going off of. I still got my pto cover off so will check but i thought they were torqued to 16 ftlbs.
    11lbs and 50 deg

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