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I'm installing Shogun Frame Sliders on my cb300F. It seems quite simple, you just remove the bolts and fit in the sliders. The problem is that I don't know what is the torque I should use. It is probably in the Honda service manuals, which I don't have.

The instructions: http://www.moto911.com/pdf/750-3129.pdf don't give the torque number.

Thanks,

Michel
 

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hey Michel, when i installed mine, i just did it until it was tight, ive worked on a lot of cars before, so i know when not to over tighten, if you're interested on a video,



heres shoguns getting installed on a cb300f
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95RO7FE6h4I
 

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Cool, thanks for the video.

I don't know if they work on the CBR. With the CB300F there is no need to cut anything.
 

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The video looks simple and it is indeed (thanks Zac). I just installed the sliders and they seem very secure. I ended up with 25 ft-lb of torque, which seems sufficient to me. I'll check them after a few rides. Hopefully will never need them :)
 

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didnt reply at first as it seems obvious..
to 'torque' something is to turn it
around or torsion it, tighten it..

torque it down [a nut] means
to tighten it..

[instructions didnt give a specific torque
figure thus the basic meaning applies]
 

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The video looks simple and it is indeed (thanks Zac). I just installed the sliders and they seem very secure. I ended up with 25 ft-lb of torque, which seems sufficient to me. I'll check them after a few rides. Hopefully will never need them :)
no worries! glad it helped you! give me a sub if youd like ill be uploading a lot of up coming content
 
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