Lug Nut Torque

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  1. dbuzz77

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    anyone have a manual for a 6th gen or know the lug nut torque for the back wheel? thanks
     
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    won't let me download because of the size and virus scan. thanks anyway
     
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    It’s 80 ft.lbs. BTW
     
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    Don’t forget to use your torque hammer

    I had to

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    thanks. I got my torque hammer for my vrod but i didn't think i needed it for a honda
     
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    I love how both my Honda (Acura Integra and VFR800), whether car or bike, both have the same lug nut torque specs lol.
     
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    Yeah, 80 ft/lbs. 108Nm. Damn the thing maxed out the torque wrench I bought at the cycle store. I'm going to go and get a bigger one to make sure its tight!
     
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    You can use the same oil filters too. A bit of a squeeze to get them in the VFR but they will fit on the 6th gen.
     
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    Dis ...
     
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    Yup, been using the PL14610 for 10 years now.
     
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    The mechanics at the Honda Car dealer where i worked for awhile had speciality Honda Torque wrenches just for lug nuts, nothing else!
     
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