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Exhaust Stud Torque ?

I'm putting a set of SS heat exchangers on my 2.0
One of the studs came out with the nut.
I used the torch to heat it up and got the nut off.

What is the correct torque to put the stud back in with ?
I used 12 ft lbs. It felt about right. But is the correct number ?

Went thru everything. Can't find the number listing anywhere.
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12 or 15 lbs. I think tight enough so there is no exhaust leaks is the "correct" number! Dont over tighten them, a busted stud can be a way to make you go prematurly bald.
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