I might have been a little unclear in my wordy dissertation. I do not think you should be repeating the 100 degree or so rotations after you seat the fasteners and complete the crushing of the gasket, if there is one, unless the manual specifically says to give the closure fasteners two 100 or so degree increments of stretch.
I think you need to draw the closure together evenly and reach a point where the fasteners are through crushing any gasket material that may be part of the joint design. The specified torque value will not be achieved if the gasket is still being compressed, and neither will the designed fastener stretch. I also do not think it is a good practice for a joint to be assembled by fully tightening the fasteners in one step. I would break the 100 degree/specified torque value into several increments that add to the specified value, and apply the torque in the fastener assembly sequence or pattern prescribed for the joint.
If there is no gasket the crushing of the gasket step does not apply. It is seat the fasteners, then apply the stretch. I would still not do it in one step though.
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