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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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cylinder and head torque specs

whats up guys im needing the torque specs for the cylinder and head on the 700 id appreciate any info thanks guys
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I'm torqing my cylinder to 35lbs and the head to 40lbs.

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Originally Posted by devildog_0431 View Post
I'm torqing my cylinder to 35lbs and the head to 40lbs.
you better heave head studs if your torquing to 40 ft lbs stock bolt are only 27 think you can maybe if your lucky get 30 becarefull to not strip it out

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He has head studs.
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