45 ft lbs
45 ft. LBS.
What is the crank tork and rod tork on a 1996 Geo Tracker 1.6 Engine Block number G16A What foot pounds do they tork to??
I'm answering my own question for anyone who needs the info. My brother tells me that the Chevy 350 cu. in. engine is the same over several model years. This would make the torque specs the same for the 1979 350. 45 ft-lbs. for the connecting rod bolts and 65 for the cylinder head bolts. Convert to Nm (Newton-meters) on Google if necessary.
The rod torque on a Chevy 350 V8 depends on which size rod bolt you have. On the 3/8 rod bolt the torque is 45 ft/lbs On the 11/32 rod bolt the torque is 35 ft/lbs
.002" is what I have on a fresh rebuild.
Chevy did not make a 350 in 2001. The last 350 was built in 1999.
Depends on the rod bolts, but usually 45-50 ft./lbs.
It depends on the brand of the rod bolts, but usually 45-50 ft/lbs.
Need to know the year. All 350 cid. engines are different can not answer correctly sorry.
Yes, the rod caps must be installed on the same rod and in the same orientation.
Just bought new rods with 2.10" journals
not 100% sure but i think its 65lbs
45 Lb/ft Below is a link to all small block Chevy torque specs.
It is probably a broken valve spring.
65 ft-lbs on cylinder heads and 45 ft-lbs on connecting rods
Cam bearings, Rod and Main bearings. That will be all of the bearings required to replace when rebuilding a 350 engine.
The notches for the bearings to lock from spinning are both on the same side.
Most all 350 rods torque at 45 FT. LBS.I would like to know the year.
Kinda depends on what you want to use it for. A high-winding motor (like in a dragster) would like a little more bore with a little less stroke. A stump-puller would prefer more stroke.