Join Date: May 2017
Year/Make/Model: 2001 Vulcan 800 Classic
Just be careful not to over-torque. I ended up snapping one of the head cover bolts after I checked my valves, luckily I was able to pull the threaded part with an easy-out and I happen to have a spare VN800 engine so I didn't have to order a new bolt. And yes, I was using a torque wrench, but for whatever reason it didn't click over properly, I think the required torque was too low for the wrench.
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