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Old 05-16-2009, 01:30 PM   #1
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F800GS Riser torque

Anyone know what the torque value for the handlebar riser is on the f800.
The bar clamp pinch bolts I believe are 25 nm. I'm looking for the value for the M10 bolt that hold the riser to the to of the triple tree.
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Old 05-16-2009, 01:33 PM   #2
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F800 Torque values

Found this info on F800riders.org but it doesn't have what i need.

Service data values for the 800 GS Twin. (2008 1st edition service manual)

Designation Condition Value

Engine
Engine oil level Difference between MIN and MAX marks on the oil dipstick 0.4 l
Engine oil, capacity with filter change 2.9 l

without filter change 2.7 l

additional, if swing-arm shaft cover is removed 0.3 l


Consumables/lubricants - Engine oil, 10W-40


Part # 11427673541 oil filter for catalyst


Part # 11417652949 gasket ring (24X30X1,5)


Part # 11137690496 screw plug, magnetic (M24X2)

Valves with springs
Inlet valve clearance Engine cold max 35 C 0.18...0.26 mm
Exhaust valve clearance Engine cold max 35 C 0.27...0.35 mm

Ignition wiring, spark plugs
Spark plugs, manufacturer and designation
NGK DCPR 8 E

Fuel tank and lines
Usable fuel capacity
approx. 16 l
Reserve fuel
approx 4 l

Radiator
Coolant, specified level
between MIN and MAX marks on the expansion tank
Coolant, frost protection
min -25 C


Consumables/lubricants - Antifreeze

Chain
Chain deflection Motorcycle with no weight applied, supported on its side stand 35...45 mm

Front forks
Fork oil, capacity per fork leg
765 ml
Level of fork oil in fork leg (air chamber) Forks fully compressed, spring removed, spacer installed 60 mm


Consumables/lubricants - Hydraulic fluid SAE 7,5

Bowden cables
Clutch play Handlebars turned fully left, between handlebar fitting and clutch cable 1 mm
Setting, throttle-cable play at outermost diameter of rubber grip, engine cold max 35 C 1...2 mm

Brakes
Brake fluid level, front (visual inspection)
It is impermissible for the brake fluid level to drop below the MIN mark.
Brake fluid level, rear (visual inspection)
It is impermissible for the brake fluid level to drop below the MIN mark.


Consumables/lubricants - DOT4 brake fluid

Front brake
Brake-pad wear limit, front Friction pad only, without backing plate. The wear indicators (grooves) must be clearly visible. min 1.0 mm
Brake disc thickness, front When new 5.0 mm

Wear limit min 4.5 mm
Brake disc lateral runout, front At circumference max 0.1 mm

Rear brake
Brake-pad wear limit, rear Friction pad only, without backing plate. The wear indicators must be clearly visible. min 1.0 mm
Brake disc thickness, rear When new 5.0 mm

Wear limit min 4.5 mm
Brake disc lateral runout, rear At circumference max 0.1 mm

Motorcycle wheels
Permissible front-wheel imbalance
max 5 g
Balancing weight for front wheel weight must be divided equally across both sides and weights attached to rim on left and right max 80 g
Permissible rear-wheel imbalance
max 45 g
Balancing weight for rear wheel Weight must be divided equally across both sides and weights attached to rim on left and right max 80 g

Wheels with bearings
Lateral runout, front wheel
max 1.7 mm
Lateral runout, rear wheel
max 1.7 mm
Vertical runout, front wheel
max 1.7 mm
Vertical runout, rear wheel
max 1.7 mm

Tyres
Tyre pressure, front one-up, at tyre temperature 20 C 2.2 bar / 2.2434 kgcm / 32 psi

two-up and/or with luggage, at tyre temperature 20 C 2.5 bar / 2.5493 kgcm / 36 psi
Tyre pressure, rear one-up, at tyre temperature 20 C 2.5 bar / 2.5493 kgcm / 36 psi

two-up and/or with luggage, at tyre temperature 20 C 2.9 bar / 2.9572 kgcm / 42 psi
Tyre tread depth, front and rear Wear limit, for Germany only min 1.6 mm

Wear limit, outside Germany Country-specific legal requirements
Wheel valve test pressure
4 bar / 4.0789 kgcm / 58 psi

Anti-theft alarm
Battery type and rated voltage
CR123A lithium 3 V

Engine block
Socket-head screw (hole for TDC locating pin) M8 x 16 25 Nm

Cylinder head with cover
Camshaft bearing cap to cylinder head M6 Tightening sequence: seeRepair Manual


Initial torque, tightened uniformly until hand-tight


Final torque, 10 Nm

Cylinder head cover
M6 Tighten in diagonally opposite sequence 10 Nm

Camshaft
Chain tensioner to cylinder head M18 x 1.5 40 Nm

Oil sump
Oil drain plug M24 x 2 40 Nm

Oil filter and lines

Oil filter 14 Nm

Ignition wiring, spark plugs
Spark plugs M12 x 1.25 18 Nm

Intake air silencer
Intake air silencer to frame M6 x 25 6 Nm

Gearbox mechanical
Pinion to gearbox output shaft M10 x 1.5 x 35 (Loctite 243) 50 Nm

Chain
Chain slide rail to rear wheel swinging arm M5 x 12 4 Nm

Telescopic forks
Clamp of quick-release axle
M8 x 25 2x each side, alternately 19 Nm
Locknut to Cover M8, follow instructions in repair manual 20Nm
Cover to fixed fork tube
20Nm
Fixed fork tube to fork bridge, bottom
M8 x 25 2x each side, alternately 19 Nm
Adjusting screw to steering-head bearing M18 x 1 Initial torque, 25 Nm

Swing handlebars through 3 full arcs, Back off through angle of rotation, 60 Final torque, 10 Nm
Pinch bolt, steering head M8 x 40 19 Nm
Fixed fork tube to fork bridge, top
M8 x 25 2x each side, alternately 19 Nm

Motorcycle handlebars
Handlebars to clamping block
M8 x 30 - 10.9 Tighten the front screws (as viewed in the forward direction of travel) first, then the rear screws 25 Nm

Final-drive unit housing with cover
Chain sprocket to chain-sprocket carrier M8, Replace nut (Mechanical thread lock) 25 Nm

Final-drive unit attachment
Locknut of the final-drive chain tensioning screw M8 19 Nm

Rear wheel swinging arm to frame

M14 x 1.5, Replace nut (Mechanical thread lock) 100 Nm

Springs with mounts
Spring strut to swinging arm M12 x 1.5-10.9, Replace screw (Micro-encapsulated) 100 Nm

Front brake
Brake caliper to fork leg M10 x 40 38 Nm
Brake disc to front wheel M6 x 18, Replace screw (Micro-encapsulated) 8 Nm
Bleed screw to handlebar fitting M5 2 Nm
Bleed screw, brake caliper, front M10 x 1 - 4.9 14 Nm

Rear brake
Brake disc with sensor ring to rear-wheel hub
M8 x 18,5, Replace screw (Micro-encapsulated) tighten by stages in diagonally opposite sequence 19 Nm
Rear brake caliper bleed screw M10 x 1 - 4.9 14 Nm

Brake lines
Brake-hose guide to rear swinging arm M6 x 20, Replace screw (Micro-encapsulated) 8 Nm

Electronic components
Wheel-speed sensor, front M6 x 16 8 Nm
Wheel-speed sensor, rear M6 x 16 8 Nm

Wheels with bearings
Quick-release axle, front, in axle holder M14 x 1.5 30 Nm
Rear quick-release axle in swinging arm M16 x 1.5 100 Nm
Nipple on spoke M4.5 3.5Nm

Side stand
Side stand to pivot mount M10 - 10.9 38 Nm
Side-stand switch to side-stand screw M5 5 Nm

Luggage carrier
Grip to rear frame M8 x 16 19 Nm

M8 x 35 19 Nm

Front mudguard
Front mudguard to fork M6 x 16 4 Nm

Motorcycle trim panels
Windscreen to front panel carrier M5 x 18 2.5 Nm

Mirrors, covers, ashtrays, stowage compartments
Clamping element to clamping block M10 30 Nm
Mirror to clamping element M14 x 1 20 Nm

Battery with holder
Positive lead/earth lead, battery M6 x 11 3.5 Nm

Battery type
AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) battery Exide ETX14-BS 12 V, 14 Ah
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Old 05-16-2009, 03:07 PM   #3
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Handlebar clamping block to top fork bridge
M10 x 70 - 10.9, Replace nut


25 Nm



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Old 05-16-2009, 03:20 PM   #5
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Handlebar clamping block to top fork bridge
M10 x 70 - 10.9, Replace nut


25 Nm



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So I got to looking in the manual...........

Handlebars to clamping block
M8 x 30 - 10.9
tighten the front screws (as viewed in the forward direction of travel) first, then the rear screws.

28 Nm

Also be sure to use some loctite on the nuts for the 10 mm bolt
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Old 05-16-2009, 03:40 PM   #7
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Risers

All buttoned up! I guess the 10mm nut was a use once type since the Touratech instructions mentioned using locktite as well. I didn't see any evidence of thread locker from the factory. The directions did mention 25 nm but they were not very specific about which fastener. Brake cable was just long enough for the 20mm riser and the clutch cable pulls very slightly at full lock. Will have to look at re-routing it or getting the cable for the ST.
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Old 05-16-2009, 05:46 PM   #8
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Why replace the nut? My riser kit (yet to install, it arrived yesterday) didn't come with a nut, nor any mention it needs replacing.
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It is one of those "nylock" style ones (except no nylon on this one..) that you can't thread on by hand as it is designed not to loosen. They really only work as specified the first time you use them. probably why touratech asks for LocTite. I also saw that I can just move the clutch perch in a bit and it doesn't pull on the cable.
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It is one of those "nylock" style ones (except no nylon on this one..) that you can't thread on by hand as it is designed not to loosen. They really only work as specified the first time you use them. probably why touratech asks for LocTite. I also saw that I can just move the clutch perch in a bit and it doesn't pull on the cable.

Ah, I can't see without removing the nut. It was a scorcher today, but if I get up early enough tomorrow, maybe I'll tackle installing the SWMotech 30mm riser and the MudSling.

But quite honestly, I'd rather go riding...
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