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    S1000xr gen 2 torque
    on: August 06, 2022, 02:52:41 pm
    August 06, 2022, 02:52:41 pm
    Sorry if this has been covered, but I have not found it while scrolling.  I assume the oil drain plug is the standard 28 Newton Meters and the oil filter is the 11 Newton Meters torque values for the gen 2?

    Also I ordered the gs-911.  I assume the odb port under the seat?

    Not having a service manual available is driving me bonkers.  And forget about getting a service appointment here in the states, at least a month booking time.

    Thanks again mates
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    Re: S1000xr gen 2 torque
    Reply #1 on: August 07, 2022, 09:17:11 pm
    August 07, 2022, 09:17:11 pm
    *Originally Posted by ScubaEsteban [+]
    Sorry if this has been covered, but I have not found it while scrolling.  I assume the oil drain plug is the standard 28 Newton Meters and the oil filter is the 11 Newton Meters torque values for the gen 2?

    Also I ordered the gs-911.  I assume the odb port under the seat?

    Not having a service manual available is driving me bonkers.  And forget about getting a service appointment here in the states, at least a month booking time.

    Thanks again mates
    I poked around and couldn't find the drain plug torque in the owner's manual anywhere so I just used the same 28nm from my gen 1.  For the oil filters I just do those as hand tight as I can get them, but I assume the same 11nm would probably be accurate as well.  I did the running in service on my gen 2 last weekend and the 12000mi/20000km on my gen 1 today and I feel pretty comfortable with that value.  Although the sumps are slightly different, the drain plugs, crush washers and oil filters are identical so when in doubt I'm just going to have to refer to my gen 1 RSD until somebody releases a manual for the gen2.  The GS911 works the same on both generations with the gen 2 obd port being under the seat up against the left side of the body work.  The gen 1 is in the center under the tail section.  If you have trouble locating it let me know and I'll post a pic.
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    Re: S1000xr gen 2 torque
    Reply #2 on: August 07, 2022, 09:23:58 pm
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    Thank you so much.  I think those were the same torque values I used in my 16 R1200RT well.  I'm at 3500 miles but planning a long 2 week your through the states.  I don't want to worry about finding service along the way.  Rather have everything ready to go and try to just burn off these tires.

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    Re: S1000xr gen 2 torque
    Reply #3 on: August 07, 2022, 09:26:23 pm
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    Anytime.  Good thinking on your part...the first rule of having a trouble free motorcycle trip is making sure your bike is squared away before you leave.  Have fun!
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    Re: S1000xr gen 2 torque
    Reply #4 on: August 07, 2022, 09:35:43 pm
    August 07, 2022, 09:35:43 pm
    Your not kidding..  on my BMWs I usually like to do oil every 3k.  I know it's overkill..  but makes me sleep better..  I've been running liquid moly abd no complaints.  Not too turn this into a oil topic, I just get it local here in the states with filter and crush water delivered to my door.

    My Harleys the same..  but they run so darn hot I don't trust pull lasting in them.  Speaking of hot, holy moly this s1000 motor is hot.

     



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