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Hello Forum, Does anyone know the torque spec for the bolts that holds the caliper to the forks on a zx10?
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25 ft-lb.... just checked the manual for ya.
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Caliper Mounting Bolts: Front - 34Nm/25ftlb, Rear - 25Nm/18ftlb
Banjo Bolts - 25Nm/18ftlb
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25 ft-lb.... just checked the manual for ya.
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Im too slow...
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like anything else i tighten... "gouttentight"
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Thanks, fellow.. good looking out!!!! I also found the manual on the forum, so I downloaded it for safe keeping.... Well i'm gonna go ahead and put my story out ... A buddy and I had then tighten at 35 lbs. oooppppppppps
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35 isn't too bad. I'd probably take it to that honestly. A ton of bikes go to 33fl-lbs so no worries. That's still not a lot of torque on them.
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