Follow Matt's advice. Install the stud finger tight, in fact, bottom out the stud, then back off 1/2 turn.
Lube the nut threads with ARP's lube or oil, and torque the nut, with the washer face lubed, to the lubed torque spec. Usually 20%-30% lower than "dry" torque. Also, final nut torque depends on what lube was used. ARP's lube has less drag than other lubes, including oil.
Hmm, after reading all the posts, you still don't have an answer/figure to torque. Ask/refer to ARP.
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