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    Cylinder Head Bolt Tightening Sequence

    I'm going to be pulling the heads for a cam/head swap and I found the torque specs for the cylinder head bolts but I didn't find the tightening sequence. Can someone tell me what it is or point me in the correct direction.
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    You also want to use new bolts unless you have ARP ones.

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    on the m12 start with the upper middle,then lower middle and go around counter clock wise.....then the m8 go middle, left,right,left right......repeat for all three torque settings. 25,40,90* for the m12 and 15,15,25 for the m8.
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    Cool, thanks Erik. That's exactly what I was looking for. (And yes I did get new bolts)

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    Check out the "Part2" PDF on this thread. http://www.lxforums.com/board/showthread.php?t=91603
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