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1994 f350 460 question

Hello. I am replacing head gaskets on a 94 f350 with a 460 in it. Can anyone tell me if the efi 460 uses torque to yield head bolts. I googled and some say yes and some say no. If i do need to replace them, i can only find an arp part number that lists them for use with Edelbrock heads. Any tip on those would be great. Thanks
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