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Crank case cover and stator bolts torque specs?

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bryanfz
Hi all!
 
I cracked my crankcase cover and I am in the process of replacing it. Anyone with a service manual have torque specs for:
 
-Bolts around crank case cover as well as the plug in the middle?
-Bolts that hold stator in?
Parts 2,4,8,9
Parts 3 and 4
 
 
 
 
 
 

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hippiebikerchick
Welcome bryanfz! A few of us have the service manual, hopefully they will give you an answer soon. Don't leave us hanging, how did you crack your crankcase cover?

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bryanfz
Haha I knew it was coming! I had a low speed low side ~15mph around a corner that had some gravel. Thankfully, I personally was not hurt only a minor scratch on my knee and my pride was a little bruised. The damage to the fz wasn't too bad either. Cracked crankcase cover, obviously, a bent shifter, bottom of the kickstand was bent, slightly bent handlebars, bent clutch lever, and a few cosmetic scratches on the left side.

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bryanfz
http://fz07.org/thread/2114/torque-specs-thread 
Check that thread, it should have what you need
 
 
Yeah I saw that but it doesn't have the torque specs for the internals like the stator bolts. Maybe I missed it but I also didn't see the crankcase cover bolts on there either.

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Guest unknown
I just checked my FZ-09 manual and the crankcase cover bolts are 8.7 ft/lbs I imagine they would be the same but it's a starting point. I'm looking in to getting the 07 manual now.

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grahamfz07
This should do it?
 
[attachment id=162" thumbnail="1]
 
 

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bryanfz
I just checked my FZ-09 manual and the crankcase cover bolts are 8.7 ft/lbs I imagine they would be the same but it's a starting point. I'm looking in to getting the 07 manual now.
Thanks. I was also looking around and found an r6 service manual that said their stator cover bolts were also torqued to 8.7 ft/lbs so I imagine its a Yamaha standard torque spec. It also said the stator bolts were torqued to 7.2 ft/lbs. I'm going to torque it to these specs if the fz 07 manual has different specs I can always torque the stator bolts again on my next oil change.

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bryanfz
This should do it? 
 
 

Oh Thanks @grahamfz07! I was writing back to @unknown so I didn't see that. Well that takes all the guess work out!

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cleeds
does anyone know where i can find just the crank case cover. yamaha is trying to sell me the whole bottom assembly for $1500. cant afford that just yet. picked up debris off the highway and punched a 1/4 inch hole in side of crank case. anyone know of any thing.

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norcal616
I looked up YAMAHA oem parts...went to first website and found that the left crank case cover is $65

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Eastern Kayaker
@cleeds forum members have used these online sites to order genuine Yamaha parts for their fz-07's, since they have better prices:
www.yamahapartshouse.com
www.partspak.com
 
 
 

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bmwpowere36m3
partzilla and ronayers are good too... FZ-07 parts are surprising cheap.

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norcal616
The Yamaha partswarehouse.com is my local dealership ...it's Babbits parts website...

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cleeds
hi, and is there any additional work than just removing exhaust to take off the lower crank case cover and crank case cover bolts.
 

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cleeds
so the oil pan directly underneath the bike with the oil drain plug is called the crank case cover in the yamaha parts house right cause when i look it up it shows me the crank case cover for the side. of the bike opposite the stator cover. i need "oil pan" but dont know correct name it is listed under. thanks for any help.

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Eastern Kayaker
@cleeds when I went to look it up on the yamahapartshouse.com website, the oil pan is found within the "Oil Cleaner" parts diagram for the FZ-07.  Here is a link.  It appears they list the oil pan as the "Strainer Cover Assembly" in the diagram's parts list.  However, in the FZ-07 service manual, the oil pan is listed as the oil pan. 
Here is a picture from the service manual for the oil pan:[attachment id=787" thumbnail="1]  
You may want to create a different thread for this issue and get a moderator to move all the entries from July & August 2015 to this new thread. Someone else may benefit from this info in the future, but may not find it within this thread topic.

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cleeds
yes very true i will work on moving all posts related over to a new thread. kind of a headache that part was to find. much appreciated.
 

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