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What is the proper torque procedure for ARP Flywheel bolts?

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Old 04-25-2009, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default What is the proper torque procedure for ARP Flywheel bolts?

I lost the sheet that came with my bolts. Still have Moly lube on them I just need the torque instructions.
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I found on a search you should torque the flywheel bolts at 15lbs then 37lbs and final torque is 74lbs going in a star pattern when doing it.
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