ADV 160 | CVT Check & Torque To Spec

Time to check if the Honda ADV 160 has any CVT issues before I can take it out on an adventure. I’ve experienced the plunge of a CVT nut slipping off before, that’s why I decided to buy my own torque wrench. In this vlog, I’ll show you how to check your own CVT and the torque values for each part.

Tools Used:

Ingco Impact Wrench:
Flyman 1/2 Deep Socket:
Eagle Wrench Set:
Ingco Wrench/Screwdriver Set:
Flyman 1/2 Torque Wrench:
Flyman USA 12pcs 1/2 Set:
Flyman Y-Tool:
Flyman Flywheel Holder:
Torque Drive Socket 39×41:
Ingco Dremel:
Flyman T-Wrench:
Flytech 3/8 Torque Wrench:


Scoot: Honda Click 125i V2, Honda Beat FI V2
Main Cam: GoPro Hero 4 Silver –
Secondary Cam: GoPro Hero 5 Black –
Third Cam: ONEX2 from #Insta360 –
Helmets: Scorpion EXO 510 Air –
NHK GP1000 Axion –
Spyder Phoenix 2.0
Intercom: EJEAS Q7 –
EJEAS Vnetphone V6 –
Gloves: Komine GK-234 Protect Leather Mesh Gloves –
Komine GK-182 Spartacus II
Knee Guard: Komine SK-690 CE –
Riding Jacket: Komine JK-093 Air Stream M-JKT Cordova –

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