What are the torque specs for pistons bolts on a 305 Chevy motor?
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First off, a 350, is a small block. And, if you are talking about the torque output of the motor, well, that depends upon how it is built, and, with what parts. Anwhere from 150 ft., lbs., to 500. If you are talking about the bolt torque specs, it varies from 35 ft., lbs., to 85, depending on which bolts you are talking about.
pull the dust cover off the transmission and the converter bolts are easily accessable from there. there are three nuts and bolts that hold the converter to the fly wheel. probably 9/16 head bolts. turn the motor by hand until you see one.... tighten it and rotate motor again by hand until you see the next... tighten it and turn it to the third... tighten it and then reinstall dust cover
There are 16 bolts. If your looking at it from the top to bottom, left to right the bolts/sequence would be... the upper row of bolts, under the valve cover would be # 16, 12, 9, 1, 3, 6, 13 the second row above the spark plugs - #15, 8, 2, 7, 14 the last row just below the spark plugs - #11, 5, 4, 10 Best would be to draw a pic and number…
I assume you have the transmission out of the car. It has to be out to replace the torque converter. The old torque converter will just pull off, but you may have to spin it back and forth a couple of times. When you install the new one, slide it on the shaft and spin it back and forth while pushing it towards the transmission and it will slide back towards the transmission. You have…
There are various kinds of torques involved in opeartion of a motor:- Starting Torque: At the starting, motor has to deal with standstiill condition, this torque should be good enough to deal with friction and windage Load Torque: It is the torque which a motor faces on apply of load. Breakdown Torque: more than this torque if more load is applied on a motor, torque generated will not increase and motor will starts slowing down