Recently i stuffed my front wheel into what was approximately an 18” rock step up at about a 45 degree angle. Stopped me short, almost went otb but didn’t, i messed up a tight tech section of trail. My stem rotated (guessing/ ballpark) 15 degrees with the impact. I had it properly torqued with a park torque wrench to 5nm per instructions from raceface. This was probably the first stem rotation in a crash i have had in 20+ years. It makes me wonder if 5 nm is tight enough for all events that i could conceivably ride out of. I get the idea of leaving brake levers loose enough to rotate and not snap on a hard impact but skeptical about this concept with a stem. For the record, i followed torque printed on the stem, used a park torque wrench, followed standard bolt tightening sequence I learned in as a shop rat and have been implementing for 20ish years. Currently i have the stem to steerer bolts past 5 nm, i set the wrench to 5 then pushed a little past that mark for (hopefully) good measure due to past experience. Thoughts/ experience with this?