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What's the torque spec for the brake bleeder valve/screw?

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I noticed last couple of DE outings I have brake fluid seeping at the bleeder screws (at multiple calipers). I do not notice seepage after normal street driving. Evidently I did not tighten down the screw tight enough for track use. I don't want to over torque the screw, since the monoblock is aluminum and the screw is steel, and steel > aluminum. That said, does anyone (Pedro?) know what the torque spec is for the bleeder screw? Thanks!
8-12 Nm (6 - 9 ftlb)
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Thanks Pedro. I'll check @ 8ft-lb this wkend.
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