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Old 10-14-2009, 01:43 PM   #1
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Workin on the GTP... so its not a bonnie but the same motor so it applies lol

1 of 2 problems with the car from the start was the coupler on the SC... looked at the torque specs on the bolts for the snout but couldnt determine which one i need to go with

options are

Supercharger Ft/Lbs
92-93 (all fasteners)..................19
94-95 studs............................88 (In/Lbs)
94-95 bolts............................19
94-95 boost press. man. vac block......62 (In/Lbs)
96-99 bolts............................17
96-99 MAP sensor bolts.................22
96-99 TB to SC nuts....................89 (In/Lbs)
96-99 Fuel rail retainer nuts/bolts....89 (In/Lbs)
96-99 Fuel rail retainer studs.........18
Alternator brace bolts.................22
EGR wiring harness sheild nuts/bolts...89 (In/Lbs)

Which are the one for the snout and what would the specs be in ft/lbs ... not so up to date on torque wrench lol
99 GTP with the L67

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run with anything from 15 to 20lbs on the snout bolts.

With the SC on the motor and going at it with a couple different types of sockets and extensions I will frequently give them a good feel torque instead of try to be precise. And with the amount of room you have on the GP, I could see you doing the same.
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lol k... i just have this nervous click about it being too tight or too loose so i like to know the specs so i can gauge what they SHOULD be... dont want to snap a bolt, or crack the aluminum, or least of all have them loose. Rarely ever on any of the three, but it has happened before :P (gotten good over the years tho, but the SC i want done right)

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