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Tork specification on head bolts 1.9 SL2?

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2007-04-07 07:59:14
2007-04-07 07:59:14

According to the Chilton manual: First pass: 22 Ft. lbs. Second pass: 37 Ft. lbs. Third pass: All bolts an additional 90 degrees The recommended pattern is: Intake Side 8 4 1 5 9 7 3 2 6 10 Exhaust Side Good Luck

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