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Old 10-24-2012, 06:06 AM   #27
Gustavo.Ramos
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Originally Posted by keener View Post
Gustavo, I just looked up CCT bolt for my bike , 04, the part number is different. It is 60036008000

I replaced the cam chain tensioners last winter. I think I can take the front CCT bolt out without taking the tanks off. I will do that, measure and report.

I am a bit confused here, what does CCT bolt has to do with oil flow?! aren't they controlling the tension on the chains?
CCT does not affect oil flow. It was related to *bloc* post about changing the camchains due to small value when testing the distance between bolt and cylinder wall when unscrewed at TDC.

PN 60036008000 was the original part fitted in factory, after that ktm has been producing 60036008100 that is a bit longer, more expensive, but put prevents longer travel of the tensioner thus higher friction. Also it helps regarding the available slack as Peanuts mentioned.
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