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HOCKEYNUBE 10-18-2015 07:25 PM

All-Data engine TQ specs
 
So I took the time to pull a bunch of engine torque specs from all-data. Enjoy, and let me know if you need any more and I can try and dig them up!

HEAD

Loosening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psno7kledl.jpg
(I personally recommend a few loosening steps)
Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps9grdqnjs.jpg
Step 1: 3-11 Nm (27-97 in-lbf)
Step 2: 13-17 Nm (116-150 in-lbf)
Step 3: 43-47 Nm (32-34 ft-lbf)
Step 4: 88°-92°
Step 5: 88°-92°
(for stock bolts only!)

CAM CAPS

Loosening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pscnuvxmmf.jpg

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psjmwrml5u.jpg
Step 1: 5-9 Nm (45-79 in-lbf)
Step 2: 14-17 Nm (11-12 ft-lbf)


VALVE COVER

Loosening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pszpow92ms.jpg

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps94fjrnku.jpg
8-10 Nm (71-84 lb-in)

OIL PAN

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pszajxnggw.jpg
17-23 Nm (13-16 ft-lbf)

CRANK BOLT

Tightening:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psmznux64r.jpg
Step 1: 96-104 Nm (71-76 ft-lbf)
Step 2: 87°-93°

TIMING COVER

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps1iyp8azn.jpg
Bolts 1-18: 8-11 Nm (71-97 lb-in)
Bolts 19-22: 40-55 Nm (30-40 lb-ft)

WATER PUMP

Tightening:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pshzllk95d.jpg
Bolts 1: 17-23 Nm (13-16 lb-ft)
Bolts 2: 8-11 Nm (71-97 lb-in)

REAR MAIN SEAL

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psoalfhxta.jpg
8-11 Nm (71-97 lb-in)


EXHAUST MANIFOLD

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psxmtlbrjb.jpg
43-64 Nm (32-47 lb-ft)


OIL PUMP

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps0p523ex2.jpg
Step 1: 8-12 Nm (71-106 in-lbf)
Step 2: 17-23 Nm (13-16 ft-lbf)


CAM SPROCKETS

Tightening:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psbkmeuhpf.jpg
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psdn2ayiyy.jpg
69-75 Nm (51-55 ft-lbf) (both sides)


THROTTLE BODY

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pshon4yjot.jpg
8-11 Nm (71-97 lb-in)

FLYWHEEL

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psvq3pbgne.jpg
108-116 Nm (80-85 ft-lbf)

PRESSURE PLATE

Tightening order:
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psflim3fl1.jpg
Tighten in a MINIMUM of 2 steps ending with 25-33 Nm (19-24 ft-lbf)

FUEL RAIL COVER
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psgpkaewg9.jpg
8-10 Nm (71-88 in-lbf)

THERMOSTAT
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psxsqjz39g.jpg
8-10 Nm (71-88 in-lbf)

TIMING COMPNENTS
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psmgybhwhm.jpg
Bolts 1: 8-11 Nm (71-97 in-lbf)
Bolts 2: 20-30 Nm (15-22 ft-lbf)

HIGH PRESSURE FUEL PUMP
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psusuomg0p.jpg
(the E8 bolts) 9-11 Nm (80-97 in-lbf)
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psleaosp8z.jpg
17-23 Nm (13-16 ft-lbf)

PCV PLATE
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psut61cohw.jpg
8-11 Nm (71-97 in-lbf)

POWER STEERING DUMBY PULLEY
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psmia7urux.jpg
19-25 Nm (15-18 ft-lbf)

IDLER PULLEY
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pswhvxh3zk.jpg
20-30 Nm (15-22 ft-lbf)

INTAKE MANIFOLD
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psjiclotcg.jpg
Bolts 1: 17-23 Nm (13-16 ft-lbf)
Bolts 2: 4-6 Nm (35-52 in-lbf)

FUEL RAIL
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps2l14orm6.jpg
1. 17-23 Nm, 13-16 ft/lbs
2. 22-25 Nm, 17-18 ft/lbs
3. 24-35 Nm, 18-25 ft/lbs
4. 8-11 Nm, 71-97 in/lbs
5. 17-23 Nm, 13-16 ft/lbs
6. 16-24 Nm, 12-17 ft/lbs

FRONT HUB
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps0kex4pm6.jpg
1. 236-275 Nm, 175-202 ft/lbs
2. 82-101 Nm, 61-74 ft/lbs
3. 64-74 Nm, 48-54 ft/lbs
4. 43-60 Nm, 32-44 ft/lbs
5. 4-6 Nm, 36-53 in/lbs
6. 38-50 Nm, 29-36 ft/lbs
7. 44-58 Nm, 33-42 ft/lb

STARTER
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...pssl8maeqf.jpg
1. 38-51 Nm, 29-37 ft/lbs
2. 38-51 Nm, 29-37 ft/lbs
3. 10-11 Nm, 89-97 in/lbs

ALTERNATOR
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psvsxpr7oc.jpg
1. 38-51 Nm, 29-37 ft/lbs
2. 38-51 Nm, 29-37 ft/lbs
3. 8-10 Nm, 71-88 ft/lbs
4. 8-10 Nm, 71-88 ft/lbs
5. 10-14 Nm, 89-123 in/lbs

KNOCK SENSOR
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psbohke6gw.jpg
1. 16-24 Nm, 12-17 ft/lbs

COIL PACKS
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psezsfwvy9.jpg
1. 6-9.5 Nm, 54-84 in/lbs

BLIND PLUG
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psi79qzsbd.jpg
1. 18-22 Nm, 14-16 ft/lbs

CRANK SENSOR
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...psudfcdszc.jpg
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps5a9azpp6.jpg
1. 5.5-7.5 Nm, 49-66 in/lbs

CAM SENSOR
http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...ps281q0yse.jpg
1. 5.5-7.5 Nm, 49-66 in/lbs

I will be updating as I get suggestions or find more!

HOCKEYNUBE 11-05-2015 08:43 PM

updated a little bit more info
@Raider; can I possibly get a sticky?

Aeternus Nexus 06-24-2017 02:49 PM

I know I'm reviving a long dead thread, but could you specify if you use any type of threadlock on any of these? If at all?
:wall:

SSinstaller 06-25-2017 08:07 PM

The only bolts that need threadlocker are the flywheel bolts, but it's already on them when you buy new oem bolts.

tmillner 06-25-2017 08:09 PM

3 And 4 on alternator bolts aren't converted to ft/lbs right

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Sasuke-kun 09-26-2018 04:10 PM

This is God sent. I'm about to start a teardown and rebuild and this is exactly what I need. Anyway you have engine clearance specs as well? I am going to be running supertech rods and supertech pistons and running a bnr stage 3 with a boost goal of 25 PSI, so I'll spec out how much ring-gap I need to avoid butting. I'm more worried about PTW clearances. It will be bored to 88MM and 4032 alloy pistons and I'm trying to avoid piston-slap.

Fstrnyou 09-26-2018 09:28 PM

supertech should supply you with "recommended" PTW clearance and ring gap specs.

Sasuke-kun 09-27-2018 08:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fstrnyou (Post 3151173)
supertech should supply you with "recommended" PTW clearance and ring gap specs.

Why the quotes?? I'm trying to get more than 75k of the motor. Tighter clearances are the first step.

Fstrnyou 09-27-2018 08:40 AM

Clearances will depend on piston design, the expansion ratio of the material, and how you intend to operate the vehicle. I emailed Manley with my details and they told me what clearances I should run.

Sasuke-kun 09-27-2018 08:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fstrnyou (Post 3151225)
Clearances will depend on piston design, the expansion ratio of the material, and how you intend to operate the vehicle. I emailed Manley with my details and they told me what clearances I should run.

I'm also thinking of running 88mm pistons. You're not having any problems with heat soaking the cylinder walls due to there being a bigger bore?

Fstrnyou 09-27-2018 10:09 AM

Its been a while since I've checked my cylinder wall temperature sensor, but thinner cylinder walls should transfer heat faster to the coolant. Additionally, a larger bore increases the surface area in which to distibute the heat.

Sasuke-kun 09-27-2018 10:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fstrnyou (Post 3151233)
Its been a while since I've checked my cylinder wall temperature sensor, but thinner cylinder walls should transfer heat faster to the coolant. Additionally, a larger bore increases the surface area in which to distibute the heat.

I'm more concerned about knock being caused be the additional heat within the cylinder head. The walls act as a heat sink so when you bore the engine, you are effectively decreasing that heat sinks ability to absorb cylinder heat. I can upgrade the coolant system with ducting and silicone hoses so not to overwork the coolant. Idk man, I'm just bouncing shit off now lol.

Fstrnyou 09-27-2018 11:37 AM

With less material to be a heatsink, it is likely the cylinder walls heat up faster, but the same goes for the coolant's ability to pull the heat away.

This might not equate, but if you're too hot in the winter, wear a thinner coat.

Sasuke-kun 10-15-2018 12:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fstrnyou (Post 3151236)
With less material to be a heatsink, it is likely the cylinder walls heat up faster, but the same goes for the coolant's ability to pull the heat away.

This might not equate, but if you're too hot in the winter, wear a thinner coat.

I just realized your in Charlotte nc. I'm in Raleigh nc. Small world lol. The speed community is growing here, hell the car scene in general is becoming a thing here.


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