By: Anonymous: Tew ()  Saturday, 30 August 2008 @ 02:43 PM ICT (Read 3085 times)  

I'm Tew, I got my Kawasaki EX250R Ninja 250R a few days ago, I live near Khon Kean and I found that some bolts on my motocyc where a bit lose.

My local mechanic has no idea what the tightening torque is for the Kawasaki Ninja 250R I not want to ride back to Bangkok.

Does somebody knows how tight the bolts and nuts need to be screwed on?

Sorry for my bad english...

By: news (offline)  Saturday, 30 August 2008 @ 03:01 PM ICT  

Hello Tew,

Kawasaki uses several tightening torques for all sorts of bolts and nuts, you did not specify which was the problem. But I looked into the Kawasaki EX250R service manual and found a table with relating tightening torque to thread diameter. This lists the basic torque for the bolts and nuts. You cannot use this table for engine parts, if it is a engine part which is not tight enough you have to specify which bolt or nut it is, and I give the correct torque.

It is maybe also a good idea that you call Kawasaki, as one of your first service checks is as I belief after 800 kilometers, Khon Kaen is about 400 to 500 kilometers from Bangkok....

   

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