I wasn't meaning to critzise you or saying you were crazy, more giving an additional reply to Gumgardner.
And my experience is way more limited than what you'd think if you look at my post count. My knowledge mostly comes from reading around, not really from trying something first hand.
So theoretically speaking, with quality bolts they'll tell you the max torque the manufacturer will stand up for, which doesn't mean you can't go higher, you just do it at your own risk.
The Schmolke M5 carbon bolts are speced as 1.5 Nm. I could imagine that, depending on a lot of factors, like how your frame and seatpost mate, length of exposed seatpost, STA, setback, clamp design and what not, you might
be able to get away with torquing two carbon bolts to 2 Nm each and have that hold up for quite a while. I'm no engineer and don't know jack about fatique life or spontaneous over load or whatever you would call that, so maybe if you were willing to exchange those bolts every month, they're on € 8,50 each, that might
even hold up.
You might have gained more weight in added assembly paste than you lost by going with CF or Al over Ti, but that's another story.
At the end of the day it's just knowing you're doing it at your own risk and applying a bit of common sense. If something breaks and you know that's the risk you took and don't complain about the manufacturer on the internet and you think a moment about what would happen if that very bolt you want to change breaks, I think you are half way there.
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