don't use loc-tite that shit will harden so much from the heat theyll never come out. use anti-sieze. the torque specs are Exhaust Manifold to Cylinder Head Nut
106 lb in
Exhaust Manifold to Cylinder Head Stud
89 lb in
FOOT INCHES NOT FOOT LBS. they do not get tightened much at all. if you don't have a torque wrench, make sure they are LIGHTLY TIGHTENED. don't even feel for resistance, the head is aluminum and will strip very easily.
last year installed cams , 133300, and cold air intake, stock bottom end, 11 to 1 comp ,dynoed 194hp...this year rebuilt bottom end, diamond pistons coated, 33# injectors, new crank, rods, bearings, 82 lb. springs, balance delete kit, Sen thg back to dyno and 180hp? I really are dumb founded...
I am very interested in purchasing a Tial Bov but very unsure of what spring is best for my setup or if I should buy a lighter spring and add washers. My cheap amazon bov started leaking horribly and I figured I would upgrade. The car is a 2006 LS 2.2 with an aftermarket Turbo. My gauge reads a...
So. I currently have a 2005 Chevy cobalt 2.2L and yes I know. Untunable. Say I’m gonna purchase a wrecked. 2009 Chevy cobalt with a 2.2L. Can I just swap all the computer systems and be able to now tune my car?
so me and a buddy are trying to build his 06 chevy cobalt ls we are looking into all options. we live in new york and im wondering if there is a way to swap the ecm from a 07 chevy cobalt ls to a 06 chevy cobalt ls and still get it to pass ny state inspection