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Rear wheel nut tightening torque for MV Agusta F4 750, can't find it written anywhere.

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Check out mvagusta.net
I beleive the value is also written near the wheel.
The 1000cc has a left hand thread and is torqued to 220-240nm (170lb ft) which is really, really tight. I am guessing the 750 is the same, but please check the abouve website to make sure.

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