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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
torque sequence for head bolts start in the middle of the head barely tighten this and work your way out doing one bolt toward the back and one toward the front on the second pass torque to 30 ft lbs on the second pass torque to 60 ft lbs dunno about the timing marks
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: what is the torque specs
here are the specs you asked for remember these are required to be new bolts. used head bolts are not reliable and old bolts are stretched
Long bolts............................................. ...29 to 37
Short bolts ...............................................11 to 18
.........Tighten an additional 180-degrees
the sequence is from the center out alternating left of center to right of center.
i would use 24 on the long bolts then 35
and 10 to 16 on the short bolts
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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