torque specs 350 Chevy heads65 lbs
60 foot pounds
No such thing as a DE-TORQUE pattern.Just remove the bolts from the heads from front to back.
Start in the middle and go in a circle
torque, in sequence, to 35-40 ft-lbs, then repeat at 65-70 ft-lbs in sequence.
Heads Torque at 65 Ft. Lbs. Mains Torque at 70 FT. Lbs.
all small Chevy heads are 65 ft lbsin a circular motion from the center out
the sequence is the two center bolts on each side, the work your way outwards
for a Chevy 350 enginge its 25 to 30 ft lbs. cast iron heads.
i retorqued my Chevrolet heads to 90 ft. lbs. but i also found if you use the specific torque pattern the gaskets will seat better....i don't torque my intake boltsAnswer65 lb.ft.
Cast iron heads are 30 lb/ft of torque. There is no sequence. Just tighten them all down very slowly in a criss cross pattern. In other words all at the same time.
bolt them on their the same
That's what should be on it.
70 ft ponds and start in middle and go in circlevisit boxwrench.net/specs/chevy_sb.htm
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nothing. but the intake will be diff.
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the torque is 70 ft. lbs., but as far as I know there isn't a torque sequence.
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