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    Engine bolt for Warrior stand (‘14)

    Hey, new to the forum.

    Own a ‘14 Speed Triple, bought a warrior stand from the UK retailer, the hex engine bolt doesn’t fit even though I bought the specific fkin adapter DT told me to “source an Allen bolt or return” - can someone point me in the right direction before I have to disassemble and post?

    Looking for the single bolt 2014 allen not a full kit.

    cheers.

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    You're going to have to be a lot more specific than "warrior stand." I have no idea what you're talking about, and a quick web search shows a whole bunch of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashmasterd View Post
    You're going to have to be a lot more specific than "warrior stand." I have no idea what you're talking about, and a quick web search shows a whole bunch of them.
    It’s this stand

    https://www.demon-tweeks.com/uk/warr...rst-smi2092-r/

    The bolt is the closest on to the top of the engine case, going through the frame and engine (case). Currently it’s a flanged hex bolt (standard type I’d call it).

    thanks.

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    I've worked in metal fabrication on an industrial scale most of my professional life, and it's my opinion you should send that piece of junk back and look for a better option. The welds on it are crap, and the design is hokey. I'm not even sure what exactly you're wanting, and if their "bike specific kit" didn't come with the right parts I'd be extremely suspicious of the company in general.

    Just my opinion of course, but that looks like an accident waiting to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNic View Post
    It’s this stand

    https://www.demon-tweeks.com/uk/warr...rst-smi2092-r/

    The bolt is the closest on to the top of the engine case, going through the frame and engine (case). Currently it’s a flanged hex bolt (standard type I’d call it).

    thanks.
    Couldn't he just get some extra gussets welded in?

    That said, that contraption confuses and scares the heck out of me. I struggle to understand how it works. But I may just be sleep deprived and fatigued...

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    Question might be helpful!!!!

    although i dont have the exact same stand ... I have the sv racing version --- they are all based on the same bersuig design and speedys engine mounts and bolts are all the same for the 05 (mine) and 14 (yours). see attached file that might help you out ... you will need an allen head bolt and you will need to bore out the receiving pin they send you unless it already fits the 12 mm bolt throughout (hex or allen). SVracing helped me out and they are probably providing the correct kit for speedy after we did the R&D from my experience... even though the quality of the bersuig is way better than the sv racing or other knock offs. I am very please with the stand and has been very helpful to do maintenance and move the bike around the tight garage.
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    Thanks for the input guys.

    On the fence on this, I have advised the retailer that I want to return it and still haven’t located the allen head bolt. Pain in the neck to repackage tho!

    I might just go with some R&G bobbins, which appear to exist for the single-sided swing arm, and a standard paddock stand since my use is mainly for storage over winter and the odd bit of maintenance. Also read a few reports of the bike leaning and a few other issues with this particular version of the stand, have to do some further research.

    If anyone reading does happen to know where to get the bolt in the UK would still be interested in knowing, if not for me but the next person hitting the same issue..

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    everyone wants their cake served in a silver platter apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy-Glez View Post
    everyone wants their cake served in a silver platter apparently.
    Why thank you!

    That explains a lot, and resolves the apparent mystery to me, whilst raising many questions unrelated to the stand.



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    It’s not a fcking “allen key bolt”.
    It’s a socket head cap screw.
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    You can stick it in a bottle, you can hold it in your hand.
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    Crack a tube.

 

 
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