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Old 01-25-2011, 01:55 PM   #21
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no and no. i do have the right size bearings if thats what you mean. the mains are .10 and rods are.30 and i have bearings to make up for that and have new arp rod bolts and arp main studs. the pistion and rod is staing in the block and im just putting the the machined crank.
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Then yeah, reassemble. There'* likely a torque sequence and stepping on the bolts. Hopefully they came with some instructions, or give Intense a call for the info. Tell Todd I said hi. It'* going to be different than stock with the bolts, because they won't have any "degree" you need to turn to. Just a torque value.
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yea ive already got most of the tourqe numbers and seqences. this is a very newb qestions but how do you measure the degrees ? ive got a tourqe wrench
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You need a torque angle gage ... $10 to $15.
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Ok.. on which bolts. Anything that you got from ARP is typically a torque to a torque setting bolt, not torque plus angle.

Angle.. for example a right angle is 90 degrees. Think back to school and there'* yoru angles.
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yea the arp is just a set tourqe,so i dont really have any others that are tourqe and angle except the HB bolt
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don't worry about angle on the HB.. it'* gun it on til the gun stops moving. That'* the proper torque on it. Seriously.
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yea thats what i did last time lol
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That'* what I do everytime Haven't run into any issues yet. A mechanic buddy does the same as well.
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heres a question thats been bothering me for awile, before the engine decided to give up the ghost it had a misfire on cyl. 6 anytime you even went near the throtle it would miss but just crusing it wouldrun smooth. and when decassembling the engine i found the cyl 6 rod was lose around the crank. the crank had actually worn it self down and the rod was fine and the bearing didnt spin. so over time (misfire went on for almost a year) did it cause this damage to happen ? i belive ive finally found the problem of the misfire, the injector

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