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Need the tork setting fro a kawasaki 2008 ZZR 600

Instaled a new clutch and need to know the tork setting for a kawasaki 2008 ZZR 600 motorcycle

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Torque settings are as follows, at least these are what I used on my '93 UK E1.
Cover bolts 12Nm, Cover damper bolts 5.9Nm, spring bolts 8.8Nm, Hub nut 130Nm.

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