torque for 2c engine cylinder head bolts
You should torque the head bolts by alternating from and to end, working towards the center. The head bolts should be torqued in 40 pound intervals.
No, head bolt torque is much higher than rocker arms.
20 foot pounds
Torquing head bolts without a torque angle meter is substantially harder than with one but it is very much possible. All it requires is keeping a steady hand and a keen eye on your work.
65 ft lbs.
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33ft.lbs then 90 degrees
21 ft pounds
Head Bolts for a VW 1600 Dual Port is m10 nuts = 23 ft. lbs. and the m8 nuts = 18 ft. lbs.
i have a 4d32 deisel engine i change the cylinder gaskit i need to know how much foot pound to torque the bolts
Proper way to torque them is to buy new bolts and do them up via instructions that come with head gasket ( they are torque to yield - from mem 30 ftlb then 180 degrees more , but that's just from mem ). If you are not using new bolts you are better off to just do them to about 40ft lb, 50 , then 65ft lb .Not much use toqueing to yield unless you use new bolts...
how much torque on a head bolt
44 lb ft. + 95 degrees
I FOUND THIS AT WWW.AUTOZONE.COM, CLICK ON VEHICLE SPECS . For your 1999 CHEVROLET TRUCK BLAZER 2WD: INTAKE BOLT TORQUE FOOT POUNDS (FINAL TORQUE) TORQUE LOWER MANIFOLD BOLTS TO 27 IN/LBS TORQUE LOWER BOLTS TO 9 FT/LBS TORQUE LOWER BOLTS TO 11 FT/LBS TORQUE UPPER MANIFOLD BOLTS TO 44 IN/LBS TORQUE UPPER MANIFOLD BOLTS TO 7 FT/LBS (TO TORQUE BOLTS & NUTS, START IN CENTER USING CRISSCROSS PATTERN)
25 ft lbs, 50 ft lbs, 50ft lbs, 90 deg turn.
Normally they are done from the middle working their way out in a zig zag pattern. Most use a lighter torque then a finishing torque and all of this is to minimize the possibility of warping the head by too much pressure on one side.
i need how much pression (torque) for head daewoo nubira 2001 2.0
screw it in and snug it up sd much as you can with out snapping bolts you will tear up you knuckles what kind of answer is this? really if you don't know the answer don't say nothing at all, this person was looking for an exact spec so that he can torque his head down the right way there is a reason they have torque spec
The torque on this Honda Odyssey head is 72.3lbs/ft. I got this off of Alldata online.
This is an involved task. Get a manual from a parts store and it will have pictures and everything.
It depends on the diameter of the flange, the type of pipe, the materials, the type, size and grade of bolts, type, grade and size of the flange, and the pressure and temperature of the fluid transported in the pipe. Some pipe flanges require very little torque on their bolts while others need as much as 500 foot-pounds of torque, or more. The design and application will determine the required torque.