In the shop manual from the early CB1000R
only 4 bolts, but the torque is the same.
No difference at the rear wheel between the Euro5 and the MY2018 CB1000R.
Fun factoid ... sort of:
The Deutsch shop manual for some beemer had the wrong torque printed.
Misplaced one digit to the left the decimal point.
Some credulous cretin changed the tire then torqued his rear wheel according to the printed specs.
At full speed on the Autobahn, two up, the rear wheel wobbled and soon was gone.
Common sense sayz some bolts NEED proper torque bad.
Checking, verifying or using standard for the bolt and nut size is no waste of time.
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