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Old 23-04-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Hi i was wondering if anyone knew the cyl head torque settings for rb25 running on standered gasket,also do you have to replace the head studs when there removed? Cheers any help would be appreciated
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have a look for the pdf downloads of the engine manual available through here. its in there mate. ..covers rb20 25 and 26 non turbo and turbo.
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The std head bolts are not stretch items which means you can use them again, unless they are damaged of course, check them over carefully, and make sure they are spotlessly clean. when inserting, a few drops of engine assembly lube on the threads to lubricate, or at the very least engine oil, blow out and clean the threads in the block.
Tighten in 3 stages from the centre out. 25 then 50 then 75 ft/lb..
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