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I tried to look this up in the service manual that is listed in this thread, but it won't load so I will ask it here.

How much torque is needed on the front sprocket nut? and rear sprocket 5 nuts? k7-1000

Also is med. blue thread compound okay for speed sensor?:headscrat

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Idk about your k7 1k but my k6 750 lists 83 lb-ft for the front sprocket and the rear is 43.5 lb-ft. I used red locktite for them all. I normally just use whatever color locktite that comes on the bolts. These had red
 

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Idk about your k7 1k but my k6 750 lists 83 lb-ft for the front sprocket and the rear is 43.5 lb-ft. I used red locktite for them all. I normally just use whatever color locktite that comes on the bolts. These had red
Thanks! Does anyone know if its the same on the k7 1000???? I am sure it probably is, but just in case.....
 

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Yep..
83 lb-ft for the drive
18 lb-ft for speed sensor bolt
43.5lb-ft for the driven
72.5 lb-ft for the rear axle nut

Suzuki only calls for loctite (Thread lock super 1322) on the drive sprocket nut, not on the rear.
They are easy to reach so checking TQ before each race would be better then loctiting them anyways. IMO
 

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Yep..
83 lb-ft for the drive
18 lb-ft for speed sensor bolt
43.5lb-ft for the driven
72.5 lb-ft for the rear axle nut

Suzuki only calls for loctite (Thread lock super 1322) on the drive sprocket nut, not on the rear.
They are easy to reach so checking TQ before each race would be better then loctiting them anyways. IMO
Perfect. I just finally go the manual downloaded so I was just going through it finding these specs. Thanks a ton.:thumbup:
 
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