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22RE Intake torque specs.
      #52055 - 05/16/03 11:39 AM

Anybody knows the torque specs. for the intake plenum to the lower intake and the TB to the plenum? For some reason i can't find them in my factory manual.Thanks

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Re: 22RE Intake torque specs.
      #52056 - 05/16/03 02:22 PM

*Heres what is listed on LCEngineering's website.
Torque Specifications :

Mains 76
Stock Rod Bolts 46
ARP Rod Bolts 50
Intake Manifold 33
Exhaust Manifold 33
Oil Pan Bolts 9
Cylinder Head Bolts 62
Cam Timing Gear 58
Cam Bearing Bolt 14
Crankshaft Pulley 116
Timing Cover 8mm Bolts 9
Timing Cover 10mm Bolts 29
Flywheel 80
Cylinder Head Studs 70

For Plenum to lower intake manifold, I just snug them up. Starting from inside working to the outside in standard cross pattern. Cast aluminum to cast aluminum doesnt require alot of clamping force especially with the thick gasket beteen the two. More than likely not listed becuase it isnt critical for support only for sealing purposes. I definately would not exceed 33 FtLbs. Again what I do is just turn them till they stop and and give an extra 1/2 turn. Never had a leak there yet...and have had them apart way to many times to count on the fingers and toes I have. ~Darin [Baby]

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