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Old 08-02-2011, 10:03 PM
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Need torque spec quick

hey, what's the torque spec for the hp oil rail, dummy plugs and stand pipes on a 2006?
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Old 08-02-2011, 10:24 PM
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My book says 120 lbf/in for oil rail bolts, 60 lbf/ft for supply port plug(stand pipe). This is a Ford manual and it doesn't call them dummy plugs but high pressure rail front port plug is 60 lbf/ft and high pressure oil rail plug (M14) is 33 lbf/ft and (M8) is 96 lbf/in.
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Will these help?

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Thanks amdriven2liv, but the 2006 have different oil rails. The 120 sounds right.
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ya 05 and up got the good old update the just about everything diffrent

The only part I like that changed was the relocation of ICP sensor
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Used the 120 in/lbs
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