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2015 Threaded Fasteners:
Front wheel Brake caliper on telescopic forks
M10 x 65 28 ft/lb/ (38 Nm)
Quick-release axle in telescopic fork
M20 x 1.5 37 ft/lb (50 Nm)
Clamping screw for quick-release axle in telescopic fork
M8 x 35 Tighten the screws 6 times, alternating
between one and the other each time
14 ft/lb (19 Nm)

Rear wheel:
Tighten rear wheel on wheel flange
M10 x 1.25 x 40 Tighten diagonally
44 ft/lb (60 Nm)

2015 Technical data:
Mirror arm Mirror (locknut) on adapter
Left-hand thread, M10 x 1.25 16 ft/lb (22 Nm)
Adapter on clamping block
M10 x 14 - 4.8 18 ft/lb (25 Nm)
Handlebars Clamping block (handlebar clamp) on fork bridge
M8 x 35 Tighten on block in front (in the direction
of travel)
14 ft/lb (19 Nm)


Here is a link to another VerticalScope / MC.com sister forum R1200GS.INFO
http://www.r1200gs.info/misc/torque.html
An excellent and more complete set of Torque Values for the _LC GS Boxer
Painstakingly created from the BMW REP-ROM - Respect and Appreciation to you Sirs.
Thanks to all those who so carefully assembled this information in such easy to use fashion.
 

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Thanks!

Where did you get these? I haven't been able to find a service manual for the 2015 R12R yet.
 
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Thanks!

Where did you get these? I haven't been able to find a service manual for the 2015 R12R yet.
Well, if I had RTFM more carefully I would've known these torque settings are in the owner's manual that came with the bike!

Still, I want the shop manual so that eventually I can do all my own wrenching. I'm sort of embarrassed that I took it into the dealer for the 600 mile run-in check. All they do for that ~$300 is change oil, filter, and gear oil; plus check other fluid levels and look for loose parts.
 

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I assume you mean triple clamp to fork tube. 19 Nm
Tighten bottom bolts three times each in alternate sequence to ensure even clamping.
 

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Download your Rider's Manual here:
BMW Motorrad International

2015 Threaded Fasteners:
Front wheel Brake caliper on telescopic forks
M10 x 65 28 lb/ft (38 Nm)
Quick-release axle in telescopic fork
M20 x 1.5 37 lb/ft (50 Nm)
Clamping screw for quick-release axle in telescopic fork
M8 x 35 Tighten the screws 6 times, alternating
between one and the other each time
14 lb/ft (19 Nm)

Rear wheel:
Tighten rear wheel on wheel flange
M10 x 1.25 x 40 Tighten diagonally
44 lb/ft (60 Nm)

2015 Technical data:
Mirror arm Mirror (locknut) on adapter
Left-hand thread, M10 x 1.25 16 lb/ft (22 Nm)
Adapter on clamping block
M10 x 14 - 4.8 18 lb/ft (25 Nm)
Handlebars Clamping block (handlebar clamp) on fork bridge
M8 x 35 Tighten on block in front (in the direction
of travel)
14 lb/ft (19 Nm)

Thanks Clement I used these today when refitting both front & rear wheels after getting new tyres fitted
 

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Is this it? Installing clutch plate .. You will need one hell of a torque wrench ..

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hello bmw peoples , maybe some body can help me .
i need torque of the nut 3 but on the oposite side . there work side by side with a bearing .
maybe is the same as 150nm but the nut is a litllte small
thanks
gabriel
 
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