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Hey guys the machine shop torqued the main studs to my block with the gorilla girdle for shipping (i know the specs) but i dont have the torque sequence and is there a certain way these need to be untorqued. Thanks
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Bumping this up SoCal said 225, Randy/Industrial on that 7 year old video sais 200, and ARP sais 175 What's everyone doing?
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If you take 225+200+175=600 divided by 3=200 , food for thought .
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Bumping this up SoCal said 225, Randy/Industrial on that 7 year old video sais 200, and ARP sais 175 What's everyone doing?


Follow What ever the machine shop torqued them to when they honed the mains
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If you take 225+200+175=600 divided by 3=200 , food for thought .


Seriously......
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Ya the difference between 175 and 225 is about half an inch pull on torque wrench , what about stud stretch after hone , and I doubt all machine shops know all three of the suggested torque values mentioned .
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Ya the difference between 175 and 225 is about half an inch pull on torque wrench , what about stud stretch after hone , and I doubt all machine shops know all three of the suggested torque values mentioned .


Sometime I think you post just for the sake of increasing your post count

If you think 1/2 is minuscule, look up main bearing clearances. You will see the importance then..... well I hope anyhow
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Well I know who has no business using a torque wrench


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Follow What ever the machine shop torqued them to when they honed the mains


While the final torque is very critical. The above information is as important as anything!!!


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We race late models our eng builder does a hone torque as to not stretch studs to excess then after bearings assy lube and crank final torque sequence . Holds together all season ! But thats what is so nice about having you experts to ask questions to . Thanks for all the assistance ! Some of you might remember the old torque wrenches with the rod that you just bent back when it got out of so called calibration ! Funny how those engs still turned 7000 rpm regularly . Torque sequence is much more imp than being within 10lbs of each!
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I had something all written up but its just not worth my time. That apples to oranges comparison does you no favors
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