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Old 06-12-2012, 11:27 PM   #1
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Default Connecting Rod & Main Bearing Torque Specs?

I'm sorry if this has been asked previously, I tried a search and didn't seem to find anything...

Anyways I have a 97 Civic EX Coupe with a D16Y7

If someone could let me know the torque specs for the connecting rod bearings and the main bearings it would be greatly appreciated
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you mean rod and main caps?

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Default Re: Connecting Rod & Main Bearing Torque Specs?

I'm going to assume you're doing an engine rebuild. Get a service manual. Seriously, just get one.
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I wouldn't even attempt a rebuild without one.
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Default Re: Connecting Rod & Main Bearing Torque Specs?

Hell, my first rebuild, I had the factory service manual, Haynes, Chilton, and Bentley books for the motor, as well as for the chassis. Even though I have more than two dozen Honda rebuilds under my belt, I still keep those books handy. No one can be expected to memorize every torque spec, clearance, and wiring diagram of their own motor, let alone multiples.
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