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Cylinder head torque specs 2005 Suzuki RM-Z 250

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Moto-Wiz

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SOURCE: what is the head bolt torque on a 1990 suzuki lt250r

The 8mm head bolts are torqued at 19 - 21 ft/lbs.
any smaller 6mm bolts are torqued to only 6 ft/lbs
like those on the lower cylinder.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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Rick Jones

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SOURCE: I need the head ang cilinder torque specs for a

you can call the Suzuki dealer for the specs and/or buy a tech manual for that bike. (and work on your spelling, "cylinder")

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: i need the torque specs on a 2000 rm 250 for the

also i forgot to add pul the gasket and head in evenly

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

ollie reece

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SOURCE: I need the head torque settings for a 1991 RM 250

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Porrelli

Andrew Porrelli

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SOURCE: torque setting for sump plug on rmz250

8mm bolt-18ft/lbs 10mm bolt- 22ft/lbs
Hope this helps
regards Andrew Porrelli

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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What is the head bolt torque on a 1990 suzuki lt250r quadracer changing head gasket had head resurfaced need to know the proper torque thank you just put in rm 250 no category for atv


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any smaller 6mm bolts are torqued to only 6 ft/lbs
like those on the lower cylinder.

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