you have what I said very wrong when it comes to torque values. Torque values are something I don't ever alter because generally the written ones are quite good and don't need to be changed unless you change the fastener size or type of material it's formed from. The factory manuals will have specs for everything down to pan bolts and cam covers and you'll do good to use them. Most aluminum headed motors are a torque + 90 degrees now anyway because aluminum torques at a different rate than iron. Also a good thing now is NOT reusing head bolts on aluminum motors. The bolts aren;t cheap but with bolt stretch being a consideration now it's better to start new AND with clean threads both on the bolts AND the block. This will hold true especially for a forced induction or heavily sprayed motor. The biggest secret once again is take your time, go slow, check it again and if it still doesn't seem right, it's probably not. Oil downs suck(especially for the other guys) and a good build can keep it from happening and saves face as well as cash(two very important things......) Even the BEST parts can be junk if you don't do it right the first time(and I can be the poster child for this!!)
my **** stinks.......