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Old 06-26-2009, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default torque specs for b18c1 valve cover

Hey guys just wondering what the torque specs for the valve cover nuts are thanks.
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I believe it's 8ft/lbs.
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Default Re: torque specs for b18c1 valve cover

I need to know the torque specs for a B18C1 with ARP head bolts... Can any one help me?
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hand tight is good enough for the valve cover.

dont use a tq wrench....
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Twist them down by hand and about a 3/4 turn should do the trick.
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I need to know the torque specs for a B18C1 with ARP head bolts... Can any one help me?
If you have the box the studs came in then it should be on it if I remember right or it should be on a piece of paper on the inside.
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I need to know the torque specs for a B18C1 with ARP head bolts... Can any one help me?
Tighten the nuts to 80 ft. lbs IN THREE EQUAL STEPS. Example, torque to 25 ft lbs, then, 50 ft lbs, then 80 ft lbs.
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Default Re: torque specs for b18c1 valve cover

Oh, and dont forget to use the Faster lube provided in the kit.
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