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Old 01-27-2005, 11:33 AM
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Torque specs needed for 351 Cleveland

Does anyone have the torque specifications for a 74 351 cleveland. I need just about all of the specs including the intake manifold progression
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Old 01-27-2005, 09:20 PM
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Torque Spec.

Main cap bots95-105 ft.-lbs.
Connecting rod bolts40-45 ft.-lbs
45-50 ft.-lbs
for Boss 351C
Cylinder head bolts (follow factory torque sequence)105 ft.-lbs.
125 ft.-lbs for
Boss 351C
Rocker arms (non-adjustable)18-22 ft.-lbs.
5/16" Intake manifold bolts21-25 ft.-lbs.
3/8" Intake manifold bolts28-33 ft.-lbs.
Oil pump bolt25 ft.-lbs.
Cam bolts40-45 ft.-lbs.
Cam thrust plate bolts9-12 ft.-lbs.
Harmonic damper bolt70-90 ft.-lbs.
Flywheel/ flexplate bolts75-85 ft.-lbs.
Pressure plate bolts35 ft.-lbs.
Front cover bolts12-18 ft.-lbs.
that should doit. as for progression start with half of the desired torq start in middle and work your way out in a criss cross circle.
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