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Old 05-27-2009, 04:03 PM   #1
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Hi guys, could any of you point me in the right direction on where I could get the torque specs needed for a full engine reseal and re-ringing. In the process of pulling the motor now, and I know I'm gonna need them for reference once it all starts going back together.

Block is prolly gonna be out and sent for honing by Friday, as well as the head for machining and resealing...any help would be great! Thanks guys!
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:39 PM   #2
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c'mon at the very least someone hook me up with the head bolt torque specs.
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:56 PM   #3
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You need to obtain a copy of WIS.

Also, What year and motor? No signature and doesn't say in your profile.
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Old 05-29-2009, 05:03 PM   #4
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Thanks for the reply SRP. It's a 2001 b205 9-3 base that's been tricked out with forged pistons a ported head, t5 cams & adj. sprockets, green giant injectors, w/m injection and currently a td04-15t which is going to be replaced by a bigger more capable snail and 60lb injectors. The motor is out because I wanted it to be tip top for the bigger turbo and wanted fresh rings and seals all around, as well a new headgasket, new phenolic spacer, and all the other little things like new headbolts and such. can you help?
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My WIS only goes up to 99.
Not sure if the torques are the same but I could email you the specs.
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Just so you know...there are no torque-values for the head studs.
(trick questions?)

If the WIS has the 99 b205/b235, it all carries over, though.

if you're pulling the bolts from the mains, and rod bearing caps, you'll need new hardware, since it's TTY (stretchy-bolts)
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The WIS I have shows b204/234.
I think I have another version somewhere. I will try and dig it up this weekend.
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Old 05-29-2009, 10:27 PM   #8
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Just so you know...there are no torque-values for the head studs.
(trick questions?)

If the WIS has the 99 b205/b235, it all carries over, though.

if you're pulling the bolts from the mains, and rod bearing caps, you'll need new hardware, since it's TTY (stretchy-bolts)
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The WIS I have shows b204/234.
I think I have another version somewhere. I will try and dig it up this weekend.
thanks guys. g96nt, i've got all the new HW. srp, even if you don't have them for the 205, i think 204/234 specs might at least point me in the right direction. your awesomeness is greatly appreciated. I'll add you next to John and a few others on the list of whom I owe lots of beer to.
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