After finding the torque specs in your shop manual, your next step is to check all major fasteners, especially those on the coolant lines; overheating the bike at this stage could be tragic. A few twists of the socket might be required, but nothing should be ridiculously out-of-spec from the factory. To double-check the thoroughness of your bike's post-assembly setup, also inspect the control cable routing, fluid levels, drive-chain tension, rear-wheel alignment and tire pressures. At this time it's a good idea to check baseline suspension settings and record them in your notebook. All these items are relatively simple.