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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-19-2014, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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anyone know where to find the torque specs for the timing wheel cover and the timing wheel ? i am putting on LLoydz timing wheel
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Torques are as follows....
Bolt for wheel (13mm)(I added blue Loctite) = 15 ft. lbs. Oil the hole before installing and a screwdriver lodged between a tooth and a motor bolt holds it for torquing.
Cover screws (5mm) = 6-8 ft. lbs. = 72-96 in. lbs.
Floorboard bolts (8mm) = 35 ft. lbs.
Really, its not a difficult job. Takes about 1/2 hour.

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I made a video of it. Check my signature below.

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I made a video of it. Check my signature below.
Great video, Finally someone made an easy to understand R&R for the wheel.. Nice detail... Thanks Paul

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Very well done video. That is pretty much exactly the way I did mine. Bravo!



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Pauljp, just sent PM ..

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The center bolt on the timing wheel should be 17 ft-lb, not 15. I used 204 in-lb because I had a wrench for that and did not have a low range ft-lb wrench at the time.

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Anyone know the torque for the adjustable wheel bolts?
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Anyone know the torque for the adjustable wheel bolts?
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When I bought the wheel, the instructions indicated 15 ft/lbs for the two adjustment bolts, so that is what I mentioned in my video.
However, since then, I was informed that they changed it to between 6-8 ft/lbs, which to me seems a bit light.
If I were to adjust it again, I would probably put it to 10 ft/lbs, just to be in the middle.

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When I bought the wheel, the instructions indicated 15 ft/lbs for the two adjustment bolts, so that is what I mentioned in my video.
However, since then, I was informed that they changed it to between 6-8 ft/lbs, which to me seems a bit light.
If I were to adjust it again, I would probably put it to 10 ft/lbs, just to be in the middle.
Was there loc tite on the small bolts.....

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