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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The rubber end caps on this model have a history of having a problem. When you install them use a thin coating of high temperature RTV silicone. After assembly of the cover (with a new gasket, sealant only on the front "ear" and rear "ear" that is in line with the cam chain) make sure the motorcycle is allowed to set for about 12 hours to allow the silicone it set up.
The bolt pattern for tightening is from the centermost inside bolt tighten the four closest to the center of the engine then the four outside the center most position of the engine (on each side of the "ears") then the two outer ones on each leg, inner one first, then the ones that go through the rubber end caps. Torque spec is 104 inchpounds. Remember that the four longer bolts go through the rubber end caps. All others should be the same size.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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