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pulse adrenaline

#1 Post by karl_w99 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:58 pm

hey guys im new here just wondering if anyone knows the torque settings from the front sprocket and rear wheel on a pulse adrenaline 125cc

thanks karl

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Re: pulse adrenaline

#2 Post by RantMachine » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:32 pm

Welcome to the forum!

The adrenaline runs a copy of the DR125 engine, so I'd say that would be your best reference point unless you got a manual with the bike that says something. Guessing not, seeing as you're asking! :lol: My old Lexmoto didn't include such helpful info, either.
So yeah, have a quick google search for a PDF version of the service manual for the DR125.
Or the GS125 and GZ125, they all used the same engine and I doubt they varied the torque values in all honesty. Only really recommended the DR as a start point as it's the same type of bike as the Adrenaline.
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Re: pulse adrenaline

#3 Post by fastbob » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:06 pm

Apparently Pulse and Lexmoto are the same thing so you can get a Haynes manual Image

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Re: pulse adrenaline

#4 Post by fastbob » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:15 pm

karl_w99 wrote:
Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:58 pm
hey guys im new here just wondering if anyone knows the torque settings from the front sprocket and rear wheel on a pulse adrenaline 125cc

thanks karl
I wouldn't worry about torque settings on these two items , just give a good tighten up so they don't come undone . A sprocket nut should have a lock washer of some sort and a wheel nut should have a split pin or an R clip so its not a big deal . As I learned recently on this very forum, a torque wrench on a worn or oily thread can do more harm than good. Better to develop a feel for these things . One rule, if you're tightening something and it gets tight and then easier again , STOP! Before you knacker it.

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Re: pulse adrenaline

#5 Post by karl_w99 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:38 pm

thanks for the replys guys il give the manual a shot if not il just have to feel it tight

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