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torque specs

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  1. wannaberacer

    wannaberacer Member

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    anyone know the torque specs for the flywheel, pressure plate and tranny bolts for a b18c1?
     
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    i forget what the flywheel tq is, PP is 24 ft/lbs. dont' worry about tranny bolt torque, just make sure they are on tight :)
     
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    does anyone know the flywheel torque specs?~?
     
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    There is a pattern for each, so you dont warp it.

    starting from 12 oclock and going clockwise, here is how you trq them

    1,3,7,4,2,6,8,5 each trqed at 76ft lbs

    for the PP.

    the order is (same, start at 12 and go CW)

    1,3,5,2,4,6 each at 19 ft lbs

    If your getting an aftermaket flyweel, more then likely, it uses 9 pp bolts vs the stock 6. Thus you have to buy 3 bolts from honda at 3 a bolt (and that is if you show them the print out from Hparts, otherwise it is 4 a bolt)

    Trannybolts, they are all diffrent, from about 30, up to 87. Buy your self a helms, They are the bible for honda.
     
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