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Old 01-03-2020, 12:16 PM   #1
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Sr20det oem main bolts question

Hey so I just got done rebuilding my sr20det but before i put the oil pans on I had one thing that was bothering me. My question is and Ive heard from some people that yes you can, but can the OEM main bolts be re-used? If so how many time? I re-used mine because I heard they are not TTY.
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Yes u can reuse them
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Thanks yeah they torqued down to 65 ft/lb just fine as well I had to clean the threads a bit aside from that worked perfect.
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you can resuse them for sure. but 65ft/lb seems isnanely tight for them
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Really? I thought that was oem spec
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I looked in the fsm for Sr20det and it said 24-28ftlbs and then another 40-50 degrees after that

it was a multi step process
I referenced an s14 sr20det fsm
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Okay I will retorque those before I put my lower oil pans on im getting ready to time my motor My crank spins fine with my mains at 65 ft lbs
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