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Raptor 700 titanium hardware parts list

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I'm sure a lot of you have seen this because I have posted on other forums...but I figured it may be helpfull here too.





This list covers most of the major hardware for the Raptor 700...all of the part numbers are for titanium hardware, but you can use the sizes to order steel or whatever you want...all of the prices and part numbers are from probolt-usa ( http://www.probolt-usa.com/ ) All prices are for each bolt/nut.


Frame

(x4) M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 25mm (TIHX1025F) $10.83
(x2) M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 30mm (TIHX1030F)$12.73
(x4) M10 (1.25 pitch) x 35mm(TIHX1035F) $14.03

-Pegs

(x3) M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 60mm (TIHX1060F) $20.45
(x1) M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 30mm (TIHX1030F) $12.73




Motor mounts

-Upper motor mount to frame bolts (x2):

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 15mm (TISC815) $5.78

-Upper Motor mount bolt:

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 55mm (TIHX1055F) $16.50

you will also need 1 Titanium Flanged Nut M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25

-Front lower Motor mounts to frame (x4):

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 20mm (TISC820) $6.60

-Front lower Motor mount bolt (x1):

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 110mm (TIHX10110F) $28.88

you will also need 1 Titanium Flanged Nut M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25

-Bottom motor mount bolt:

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 90mm (TIHX1090F) $16.50

you will also need 1 Titanium Flanged Nut M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25




Suspension

-Upper a-arm bolt (x2)

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 245mm (probolt-usa doesn't stock bolts at this length, so you will have to call them to see if they can special order or find another vendor)

you will also need 2 Titanium Flanged Nuts M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25

-Lower A-arm bolts (x4)

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 80mm (TISC1080F) $11.55

you will also need 4 Titanium Flanged Nuts M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25

-Shock bolts (x4)

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 50mm (TISC1050F) $13.20

you will also need 4 Titanium Flanged Nuts M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25

-Upper rear shock bolt (x1)

M12 x (1.25 pitch) x 80mm (TIHX1280FF) $39.30

you will also need 1 Titanium Flanged Nut M12 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN12FF) $9.08

-Lower shock bolt (x1) *the length on this bolt may vary depending on your swingarm, measure the length of yours to verify before ordering*

M12 x (1.25 pitch) x 50mm (TIHX1250FF) $37.77

you will also need 1 Titanium Flanged Nut M12 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN12FF) $9.08

-Swingarm pinch bolts (x2) (these can also vary depending on your swingarm)

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 55mm (TISC1055F) $14.03

you will also need 2 Titanium Flanged Nuts M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25


MISC.

-HDD/Cuervo lightweight brembo caliper bolts (x2) (bolts that hold the two halves of the caliper together, not the mounting bolts provided with the kit)

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 40mm (TISC840) $10.40

-Chain Roller to frame

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 45mm (TISC845) $11.42

-Steering Stem Clamp/Bushing (x2)

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 60mm (TISC860) $13.50

-Rear Brake Master Cylinder to frame (x2)

M8 x (1.25 pitch) x 35mm (TISC835) $10.79

-Rear Sprocket to JJ&A hub (x4) (this is for those using 520 chain/sprockets, for a 530 sprocket, you will need 5mm longer bolts)

M10 x (1.25 pitch) x 25mm (TIHX1025F) $10.83

you will also need 4 Titanium Flanged Nuts M10 x (1.25 pitch) (TIFLN10F) $8.25


-JJ&A axle pinch bolts

5/16" x (18 tpi) x 1-1/2" (I don't have a part number or price for these since they are standard and you can't order them from probolt, but you can find them online easy enough)

Also, for anybody who wants to have a Tap/Die set that will work for the Raptor 700, these are the sizes you will find on pretty much everything...

M5 x (.8 pitch)
M6 x (1.0 pitch)
M8 x (1.25 pitch)
M10 x (1.25 pitch)


I also bought an aluminum bolt kit from probolt, I went with their black 200 piece kit. I have used probably half of the kit so far, and its definitely good quality hardware. Much stronger than you would expect from aluminum hardware, it's MUCH lighter than the stock bolts and actually quite a bit lighter than the titanium bolts...plus it's MUCH cheaper per bolt than ti. They don't recommend using it on load bearing or safety related equipment, but there are plenty of other places on the 700 where you can use this stuff to save weight and make things look better.



The black 200 piece kit is part #WSBOX200BK, and it's $140.83. You probably wont be able to use everything that comes in the kit, but I have used quite a bit. The only thing missing is aluminum nuts, they provide a few in each size with the kit...but I need to order a few more to finish things up. you can also get it in a bunch of different colors to match the theme of your build...I went with the black kit on mine to fit the black/white powedercoating that I have.

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How much weight savings are you really seeing with Ti hardware?

pretty close to half the weight as stock.. even more with aluminum. when every ounce counts you go TI..

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So thats how you get these heavy B's down to 3 bills

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Yup.. And with a lil more attn to weight savings you can get it down a lot more.. Mine currently weighs 285lb wet.

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So thats how you get these heavy B's down to 3 bills Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2

Ti hardward is maybe worth 3 lbs... to get sub 300 u have to pay attention to every part along the way, I know of at least 2 700's that were sub 300 and the only thing Ti on them was in the valvetrain

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Ti hardward is maybe worth 3 lbs... to get sub 300 u have to pay attention to every part along the way, I know of at least 2 700's that were sub 300 and the only thing Ti on them was in the valvetrain

actually 1 had TI sprocket hub bolts hahaha

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