bolt tightening torque is 30 lb-ft (40.7 NM)
That looks a bit high to me
...360 lb-in. That would be fine for a standard fine threaded steel bolt with a hex head in a steel axle, but the Coda bolt is coarse threaded steel into two aluminium threads.
Also, the 6mm female Allen Kex fitting on the Coda will exert much higher local loads than the bigger 8 and 10mm fittings on current UltraTorque/Hollowtech etc. The bolt could burst open/split at those sorts of torques. It's a lot thinner walled than standard bolt heads, and machined rather than cold forged.
Park's torque guide.
I'd reckon on 150-200 lb-in, 17-20 NMish max...the last thing you want to do is bust the bolt or strip the crank thread.
All the best,
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