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Isuzu KB 160, 4ZA1 engine,1990 model. I require the torque spec for the re-torque of the head after 1100 km, Newton meters and foot pound please.

Cylinder head needs to be re-torqued after reconditioning the motor,having just completed 1100 km. Please give me the necessary torque in Newton meters and foot pound.

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