david brown 900

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greasybert123
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david brown 900

Post by greasybert123 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:13 pm

anybody help put the cylinder head back on torquet it all up, accept to nuts that hold the rocker cover on, do they have to be
torquet it doesent show you them in the book :mrgreen:

blissakpo
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Re: david brown 900

Post by blissakpo » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:21 pm

My 950 does not have nuts (same engine) there is a couple of threaded studs that go into the elongated nuts inside the valve spring chamber with a hand tightening knob on them - No they don't need torquing just hand tighten them down onto the cork gasket - there is no pressure there, if it does seep a bit tighten them a bit more. After it has run for a while you will need to take the cover off to re-torque the head.

greasybert123
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Re: david brown 900

Post by greasybert123 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:20 pm

ok thanks. :mrgreen:

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