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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by One Pnt 8 Hatch, Jan 11, 2004.

  1. One Pnt 8 Hatch

    One Pnt 8 Hatch Junior Member

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    aight im puttin some gsr cams in my b16a in my 91 hatch. i need to know the torque sequences and specs for the cam bearings or whatever u choose to call them. to make it fairly simple i will jus say the things that hold the cams in the head.
     
  2. airosey

    airosey Junior Member

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    Torque all of the bolts for one cam starting with the top center bolt in between pistons 2 and 3. Torque to 22 ft. lbs then go to the bolt below it. Then go to the next 2 to the right starting with the top, then bottom, then go to the right. The cam seal caps on the sides only get torqued to about 10 ft. lbs i believe. It would sort of look like this.

    (13)(09)(5)(1)(3)(7)(11)
    (14)(10)(6)(2)(4)(8)(12) Intake Cam side

    (13)(09)(5)(1)(3)(7)(11)
    (14)(10)(6)(2)(4)(8)(12) Exhaust Cam side

    A good idea would be to go pick up a Haynes manual for the 94+ teg, Del-Sol and Civic Si. Its a good investement and has all this info within.
    Chris
     
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    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    haynes is good, helms is better :)
     
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    airosey Junior Member

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    Well, I would love to get a Helm's, i just haven't went so far as to fork out the money for it. And there is not anyone around here that carrie it. The Haynes is a good start. But, yes Helm's is much better!
    Chris
     
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    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    as far as i know chris, the only way you can get it is online. Helm Inc. there you go :)
     
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