The below specifications are given in the following format:
Inside Spoke Tension (kgf)
Outside Spoke Tension (kgf)
Town and Country (Front)
Kenda Kraze (Front)
Kenda Kiniption (Front)
Kenda Flame (Rear)
Note: 1kgf is approximately equal to 10N, and the wheel spokes in your ELF are steel rounds with a 2.3mm diameter in the rear and a 2.0mm diameter in the front.
Also: One quick way to test the tension of the spokes on a wheel is the pluck them like one plucks the strings on a guitar. If the sound is sharp and high-pitched, then the spokes are most likely within the viable range of spoke tensions. However, if the sound is dull and low-pitched, then the spokes most likely need to be adjusted. Ultimately, these sounds only provide a vague estimate and the best way to proceed is always to measure the spokes with the appropriate tool and tighten them to the tension values given above.