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    Torque?

    My manual says to torque my 750's heads down to 22flbs is this correct? seems a little light to me. O and i have a torque wrench in inch pounds not foot pounds. thanks


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    My Clymer Book (1996) shows 18 foot pounds for the Cylinder heads and 28 FP for the Cylinder Base nuts.

    That's what I used. for('95-SL750) No problems !!!

    divide or mulity by 12 for torque.

    18 fp x 12 is 216 inch pounds.
    216 inch pounds divided by 12 is 18 foot pounds

    Beam type torque wrenches (wal mart/sears) are inexpensive and accurate

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    The Polaris manual also shows 18ft lb's ,apply blue locktite to the nuts.

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    The guys are correct.

    18 ft lbs.

    Everything seems light because it's all aluminum. Real easy to strip out holes.

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    thanks again guys hope i can help someone later

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