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Thread: KTM Torque Specs

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    Where can I get general torque specs for my KTM LC4 that aren't in the owner's manual? Thanks for any help! Also, check out this cool video:
    http://video.telegraph.co.uk/service...id=21337502001

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    tdreyer just forwarded to me http://www.repairmanual.com/KTM.html
    over in the manufacturer's section
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    Something specific that needs attention right now? If so let us know, maybe someone will have the #'s you need. Otherwise I think the above mentioned service manual has it all.

    What year?
    ~Tim

    "04 625 SXC
    '04 625 SMC 76,xxx mi.
    '97 CR500 SOLD

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    you can get them on KTMs website what bike? what bolts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by clouser185 View Post
    you can get them on KTMs website what bike? what bolts?
    Love to see a link to that! Try getting an '04 625 SMC.
    ~Tim

    "04 625 SXC
    '04 625 SMC 76,xxx mi.
    '97 CR500 SOLD

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    Thanks for everyone's help.
    I have a 2000 LC4 640 Enduro and a 2004 625 SMC that I am replacing the left side engine cover. I am a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to working on my bikes and I like to be able to properly torque fasteners when needed. Both my KTM's have quite a few modifications and I enjoy them very much. I also have a highly modified 2001 Yamaha R1 that I really like and I soon will be selling a very nice 2-owner 1986 Yamaha SRX 600 with low miles if anyone is interested.
    Again, thanks for the help!

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