Something to keep in mind here. OEM torque specs assume clean, dry threads. (No anti-sieze or thread lock) These products reduce friction as the fastener is tightened so that in effect you are actually over torquing (sp?) it. With titanium fasteners, as with steel, I would be wary of stripping out the parent material as you approach the specified torque limit using anti-sieze or thread lock. It is not uncommon to reduce the torque limit by 25-50% when assembling using lubricated threads.