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Putting top end back together. wanted to know what the torque specs are for the cylinder and for the head.2000 kx 250

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Head nuts 18 ft-lb (25Nm), cylinder base nuts 25 ft-lb(34Nm)

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Cylinder head torque specs for 03 cr250


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G'day. The torque specs for the 8mm head bolts is 18ft/lbs.the jug?(cylinder or barrell) is just tightened down even & firm, as there is no acess for a torque wrench.
OK. other things to note.
Clean the cylinder first in solvent(kero or fuel).Then in warm soapy water in a bucket. Dry-(compressed air is best for this-wear eye protection).once dry lubricate all power valves with oil.
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What are the torque specs for cylinder and head bolts on a 2001 kx 250?


The torque specs for your cylinder base nuts are 25ft.-lb.and the head flange nuts at 18ft.-lb.tighten them in criss cross pattern,at three different stages,ex.25ft.-lb.start with 8 then15 then 25,18ft.-lb.start with 5 then 10 then 18.good to go.Hope this helps.

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How lbs. torque is necesary for top end? for kxf 250 05


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Just rebuilt the top end on my 1999 kx 250 and wondering what the torque specs are for the head and cylinder


Cylinder bolts @ 25 ft/lbs (34Nm)
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Check these nuts again after first warm up and again after first two rides to let gaskets bed in and seal. Cheers.

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the S in that means the specified pattern ... just like tightening car tire bolts... please note all that it its INCH lbs....

don't know why it says just 36 for the M10 bolts unless they left out inch lbs

Anything else let me know as i've got a manual for the 250 f... actually i've got a few different ones

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