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Old 11-24-2011, 09:23 AM   #1
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torque spec

i have a 2.0 for my 08 and i would like if anyone can point me in the right directions for the torque spec for the head and crank pully bolt.. thanks


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Are you not using ARP head studs ?

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Old 11-24-2011, 01:00 PM   #3
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Are you not using ARP head studs ?

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i am but i need the cam cover bolts and the crank bolt as well....
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Old 11-24-2011, 01:10 PM   #4
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Note: One foot-pound (ft-lb) of torque is equivalent to 12 inch-pounds (in-lbs) of torque. Torque values below approximately 15 ft-lbs are expressed in inch pounds, since most foot-pound torque wrenches are not accurate at these smaller values.

Chylinder head bolts
Step 1 44 in-lbs
Step 2 132 in-lbs
Step 3 33 ft-lbs
Step 4 Angle-tighten a further 90*
Step 5 Angle-tighten a further 90*

Crankshaft pulley bolt (New)
Step 1 74 ft-lbs
Step 2 Rotate an additional 90*

And remember for the head bolts there is a specific pattern to follow. Make sure you find that through search or through stickies on this forum.
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Old 11-24-2011, 02:37 PM   #5
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You need the specs for the cam cover bolts?
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Old 11-24-2011, 02:44 PM   #6
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The torque to yield spec posted is not appropriate for ARP studs. You need to follow their recommendations.
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How much difference is there from stock specs to ARP specs?
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You need the specs for the cam cover bolts?
yes i need the torque specs for the crank bolt and cam cover bolts for the 2.0 duratec please. and thank you
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How much difference is there from stock specs to ARP specs?
ARP studs are not torque to yield so that last 90 degree twist that stretches the bolt will not be part of the sequence. You should be able to go to there web page and get the specs.
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7.41 ft-lbs (89 in-lbs) for the valve cover bolts. and the crankshaft pulley bolt is still 74 ft-lbs + an additional 90* turn,
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