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Old 02-12-2007, 05:59 PM   #1
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Does anybody know off the top of their head how much torque is needed for the top head bolts and the 4 bolts that hold each jug on?? And, about how much antifreeze does this sled hold. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:18 AM   #2
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Info from 98 Arctic Cat service manual cylinder heads 13-20 ft-lb
base 22-29 ft-lb
all torques in three stage increments to full torque
base torque pattern cris cross
head pttrn- center 2 bolts are 1 and 2 left to right, and clockwise from left of thermostat housing 3 9 12 8 5 4 10 11 7 6 ( basically start in center and cris cross your way out)


coolant capacity 3.3 qts

hope that helps good luck remember to put a thin coating of light oil on o- rings
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Old 02-14-2007, 12:09 AM   #4
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The cat performance manual says :

tighten head bolts in 3 steps to 20 ft lbs

then

tighten cylinder base nuts in 3 steps to 43 ft lbs
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Thanks alot guys,

But, is the torque for the base bolts 29 lbs or 43 lbs?? I appreciate the help
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The book calls for : 8mm cylinder base nuts 13-20ft lbs.

10mm cylinder base nuts 29-43.5ft lbs.

Tigthen the nuts in three steps.

The '98 and '99 performance manual are both the same , the motor specs are the same for '98 and '99
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