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Building a ZC

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ZexCivic, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. ZexCivic

    ZexCivic Member

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    Hey everyone, I'm building up a ZC and I was putting my head on tonight, I put the cams in and then I was putting in the camshaft holder bolts. The things that hold the cams in the head, anyway, I seemed to have torqued them down to hard and two of them snapped. I was just wondering if anybody knows the correct torque specs on those or is there a website out there that has torque specs available. Just in case, the head is an '89 integra.

    Thanks for everybodies help.
     
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    ok i will look in the book tomorw and post at noon
     
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    shit sorry i was at the garage and forgot to look i will try to post when i get back home tonight 8hrs or so
     
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    Could you please let me know what the specs are. I need to get this engine togetther, I'm getting a little excited to get everything completed. Thanks for your help.
     
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    Am sorry i cant help but the best thing i will sugest is goin to ur local autozone pepboys or lappens and get a haynes and just right them down.. and by the way ask jason he is NASTY am sure he will know
     
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