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Old 03-09-2006, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default ????Torque specs for pressure plate AND flywheel bolts????

Car: 90 civic wagon.
Motor: with a stock d15b7 (dpfi)
i need to reinstall the flywheel and pressure plate.
i need to know the torque spec for the flywheel? and the pressure plate?

Note: i did a search and i only found torque spec on the flywheel. is this ture?
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87 ft/lb on D series trannies with 6 flywheel mounting bolts
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Default Re: ????Torque specs for pressure plate AND flywheel bolts???? (slowrider)

yeah I think that sounds right. It's been a while since I replaced the one on my '88 LX.
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87 lb-ft for flywheel
19 lb-ft for pressure plate
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87 lb-ft for flywheel
19 lb-ft for pressure plate
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87 lb-ft for flywheel
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For performance applications we recommend 30 ftlbs on NEW M10.9 grade bolts. I don't trust tightening old bolts that far, but new ones won't twist off until at least 36 ftlbs. Flywheel bolts can go more than stock recommended torque too. If you are just building a stock motor there is no need though.
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For those bolts, I always use German torque specs..

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also make sure you tighten them in a star pattern.. like you would lug-nuts on your wheels.

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and make sure u lube it all up because with out it the bolts wont be torqued properly Click the image to open in full size.
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and some blue loctite Click the image to open in full size.
I've been using those torque specs and red loctite, no issues yet (and I had to take it all apart after a few thousand miles) allthough I use an impact to take it apart.

what kind of pattern do you use for 9 bolts?
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