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On a 1968 Chevy 350 small block it is 60-70 ft/lbs with sealant applied
When torqueing the heads, it is helpful to start at around 25 ft. lbs. and torque all the bolts, then go to 50 ft. lbs., and finally, your specified torque. Doing this in increments will help give a nice even torque to the heads
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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