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Need torque values for left valve cover on my R1200GS

I need too replace the left valve cover on my 2005 R1200GS. What are the torque values for the four bolts?

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Hi Mackharrell, most of the fasteners on a BMW are made of medium carbon heat treated steel SAE grade 5 or better.
1/4"-10 ft-lbs. 6.4mm-15nm
5/16"-20 ft-lbs. 7.9mm-25nm
3/8"-35 ft-lbs. 9.5mm-45nm
7/16"-55 ft-lbs. 11.1mm-75nm
1/2"--75 ft-lbs. 12.7mm-110nm
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Rocker cover cap nuts are torque to 22 / 26 Nn and the 6 mm threaded valve cover nuts should be 10 - 20 Nm
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k75s right hand engine cover bolts torque to
8+/ - 1 Nm 6+ /- 0.5 lbf ft no tighter than this please they brake off?

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