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  • Yamaha 2006 F40TLR Flywheel / Rotor Assembly

    Does anybody know the correct ft lbs of torque for this flywheel / Rotor? Also, if I change the flywheel will that affect the timing?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Sandan2015 View Post
    Does anybody know the correct ft lbs of torque for this flywheel / Rotor? Also, if I change the flywheel will that affect the timing?
    No, it won't change the timing.

    Make sure all your cams and crank line up properly as you assemble..

    Someone else will chime in with the torque spec..


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    Scott
    1997 Angler 204 CC, 2006 F150 TXR

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sandan2015 View Post
      does anybody know the correct ft lbs of torque for this flywheel / rotor? Also, if i change the flywheel will that affect the timing?
      116 ft/lbs

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      • #4
        Originally posted by panasonic View Post
        116 ft/lbs
        I am embarrassed for you.

        Maybe it is a Canuck thing.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by boscoe99 View Post
          I am embarrassed for you.

          Maybe it is a Canuck thing.
          Pound-feet.....

          I don't know if it is a Canuck thing or not...lol

          Foot-pound" is sometimes also used as a unit of torque (see pound-foot (torque)). In the United States this unit is often used to specify, for example, the tightness of a bolt or the output of an engine. Although they are dimensionally equivalent, energy (a scalar) and torque (a vector) are distinct physical quantities. Both energy and torque can be expressed as a product of a force vector with a displacement vector (hence pounds and feet); energy is the scalar product of the two, and torque is the vector product.
          Last edited by panasonic; 07-24-2017, 06:58 AM.

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          • #6
            I grew up in Tx with the ft/lb too

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 99yam40 View Post
              I grew up in Tx with the ft/lb too
              As does 99.9% of the world, in-correctly, technically, however it's the SAME THING, SAME TORQUE, etc.

              Really a moot point..
              Scott
              1997 Angler 204 CC, 2006 F150 TXR

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TownsendsFJR1300 View Post
                As does 99.9% of the world, in-correctly, technically, however it's the SAME THING, SAME TORQUE, etc.

                Really a moot point..

                I always knew it as ft/lbs and even my Yamaha Service Manual states it as ft/lb!!!
                Dennis
                Keep life simple, eat, sleep, fish, repeat!

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                • #9
                  Every manual I ever used, motorcycle, car, snowmobile, Aircraft and Outboard all use FT/LBS...don't think it is going to change now...Things change over time sometimes all be it right or wrong.

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