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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-11-2003, 01:44 PM Thread Starter
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i need some help rebuilding my engine im just about to do it when i relized i need the torque specs for it
its 1995 XCR 440 sp
any help would be apperciated

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Just buy my 96 xcr, that engine is freshly rebuilt!

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My 1996 XCR 440 is fresh too,,, new piston rings,, and Crank & crank bearings, Rod, bearings !!!!

After 200 miles it finally broke back in,, 85 mph.... Fast enough.
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I just bought the sled this summer and never got a chance to use it yet
trying to get it rebilt today so i can go hunting

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I just picked up a 95 XCR, needs work and I plan to start it tonight. I will let you know what I know as soon as I know anything.
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I have a service manual for all 96 to 98 Poos. I'm not sure if your 95 is any different than a 96... if you find there isn't any difference then your in business. I don't think they made a 440XCR in 97 and my 98 has a domestic twin with VES so that is not the same as you 95. Here's what I have....

1996 440XCR SP Engine Model # is EC45PL08
1996 440XCR NON SP Engine Model # is EC45PL07

If you find you have a model # in your 95 the same as one of the above listed motors then I'm sure these torque #'s are good. I DO know these #'s are good for ALL 96 to 98 EC45PL motors.

Cylinder Head:
8mm = 17-20 ft. lbs.
10mm= 24-26 ft. lbs.

Cylinder Base Nuts:
24-28 ft. lbs.

Crankcase:
6mm = 108 in. lbs.
8mm = 17-18 ft. lbs.
10mm = 23-25 ft.lbs.

Flywheel:
60-65 ft. lbs.

All 7/16-14 Engine Mount Strap Bolts:
44-48 ft. lbs.

I'll attach a copy of the torque patterns also.... Hope this helps a little. GOOD LUCK!!
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-13-2003, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Thanx a lot man
if you ever need ne help with Ski-Doo just msg me i was just converted to Polaris

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Anytime.... congrats on your conversion. I saw the light about 5 years ago, feels good!! Good luck with your rebuild and yell if you need any help... we Polaris folk look out for each other!! :thumbsup:
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