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Panamera torque spec

Can anyone tell me what’s the torque spec for the front and rear caliber also the wheels for Panamera GTS? Going to change all 4 rotors and pads this weeekens! Thank you!
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wheels 160 Nm/118 ftlb.
calipers 63 ftlb (2014), but you have GTS so it s probably 104 ftlbs.
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Didn t watch the whole thing but don t know why he took the brake line off??



I have tightened up this stuff for decades and just snug them tight.

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Thank you for the information what about the rear caliber? Thanks again
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Don t know for sure, just use common sense and snug them down and you ll be fine. You ll see how tight they need to be when doing the front. Don t over think it. When the dealer does this they don t pull out a torque wrench for everything they tighten.
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All done front and back

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Nice job! How do they feel?
Imagine how much you saved plus the satisfaction of doing it yourself.
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Feeling great! No more vibration at all. Still deciding if I should brake in the new rotors and pads. Hear different opinion. By the way I want to thank everyone for the helpful information
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