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Old 05-01-2021, 12:24 PM
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Torque Settings on A 2016 Johnny Pagsta Chopper

I bought this Bike in Ivor Va and it has some sore of hi-tech fuel injection system on it. The bike was still in the import crate and I need to make sure all the nuts and bolts are tightened to the right Specifications before riding this bike.

Any one got any ideas of the standard torque specifications for certain Nuts and Bolts on a 2016 Johnny Pag "Pagsta" Chopper Electronic Fuel injection 320cc, 4 Stroke. I want to be sure everything is to specs before taking it out. Looks as if the brake calipers need adjusting so I am sure to learn more about adjusting them so they don't rub.

Does this bike use synthetic Oil or Standard oil?

I also will need to check the fuel injection system and make sure it is running correctly. Anyone got specs on these Bikes?

It says use Dot 3 or Dot 4 Brake fluid so which is it? Aren't they different?

The man in Ivor Va where I bought it is no longer there.
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Old 05-02-2021, 05:15 PM
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no info on torque settings

https://www.manualslib.com/brand/pagsta/

You can absolutely use DOT4 in place of DOT3 brake fluid.
The only real difference between the two is how hot they can get before they boil. The DOT4 will not harm your DOT3 system in any way. Do not use DOT5 fluid (silicone based fluid), as it is completely different.
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