Some torque requirements are less than 20# on these bikes...what torque wrench is everyone using?
Any one care to comment on those statements?Realistically, if it's less than 15-20lbs, you wouldn't be wasting your time torquing the bolts anyway. 90% of what they give torque values for don't need to be torqued. Small parts, or simply bolting parts onto the bike don't need to be torqued. Parts where you're bolting two halves together for instance, would be torqued.
Always safer to use a Tq-Wrench for everything. But for plugs feel is fine, tightly seat by hand and 1/2-3/4 Turn with wrench to tighten. As a general rule you should to use a Tq-wrench when dealing with aluminum and multi bolt situations. Also anytime a loose or overtightened bolt can kill you, like axel bolts and such.How about spark plugs and torque? I've read (in the owner manual) how to tighten new plugs of various types but the service manual has torque values. Not owning a torque wrench, I just followed the owner manual instructions. I have not noticed a problem yet.