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petrol engine will be around 35lb conrod and and with a aluminium head about 65 lbs to be correct but i just pull them up till it feels right ,well looked in all data book for you and its on about 35nm then turn 80% and retighten 90% or some such junk same as the head bolts ,so pull the con rod bolts up with a rachet and this will be about right and the head bolts with a decent snap on bar till you get two ripples in the bicep and this will be about right for a ally head somewhere around 65/70 lbs mark ,please remember that on the assembly line at 3 engines a minute coming along the head bolts are tightened up all at once with one big air gun .None of this silly turn it and release and turn again lark ,do you have any idea how much one of them angle reading torque wrenches cost?? .