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Old 08-11-2009, 08:39 PM
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390 head torque sequence??

Hey guys, Im back! So i disassembled my 390 motor. After planing some major rust pits off of the exaust side of my heads im ready to put them back on. Can anyone give me the torqueing sequence and information for replacing the head bolts. Thx ahead of time.
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