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2006 14i golf 1. What are torque specs? - Motorcycles

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What bolts are you tightening? Torque settings depend on what the bolt is used for. A cylinder head bolt is a LOT tighter than a water pump bolt would be. You could buy a decent workshop manual which will list all the torque settings you need.

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