My Kawa ZZR 250 is coming along nicely, been fixing it to get it registered and all that is left to do is new sparkies and replace the gasket of the left hand magneto cover. Picked up the part on the weekend and replaced it. As i am tightening the nuts up again, i thought id refer to the service manual... No where would it tell me the torq which the nuts had to be tightend to, or in what order (dont know if its needed but i am going off replacing a gasket in a car engine) so i thought i would try it and see. I am going around, screwing them all in, sure enough one snaps...@#$^&!!! the gasket and the glue are doing a good job now that no oil is leaking, specially from where the nut broke, but i dont want to leave it like this. I am fairly confident i would be able to get the nut out but i will need a replacement one. I want to avoid going to Kawa, as they might charge me a couple of hundred dollars for a complete set of nuts, plus i dont know if they would still have parts for a 96 model bike. So, few questions... 1. Should i bother replacing it? (i have run the bike for 30 minutes and it does not leak at all) 2. Where can i get torq specs about the nuts? i cant seem to find them in the service manual 3. Would anyone have one of these nuts laying around doing nothing that they would like to sell 4. Where can i get a replacement from? yes i kept the other half of the nut.