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    Default how tight do fly wheel bolts have to be !!!'??


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    hay what do i set my torque wrench at to tighten my flywheel on my 20v 4AGE silvertop


    ANYONE KNOW??

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    fucking tight, with loctite

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    Exactly what I was going to say. Hahaha..

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    haha yeah i know that but i need to know the numbers thanks anyways

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    whats the highest on your torque wrench?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolwat View Post
    whats the highest on your torque wrench?
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    yeah dude as tight as the bolt will allow before you snap something, but good luck snapping something before you pull a muscle..anyways after all these clutch and flywheel changes on stock motors that sees 7500 very often, super hand tight has worked enough so tight as tight and you'll be alright.
    dose

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    I have never looked it up for a 4age, but cars at work (VW) are 90nm+90 degrees with loctite from memory.

    That's what I did to mine 2 years ago and it hasn't come off, touch wood, but I didn't use loctite as I didn't have any.
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    Id explain more but there people on here I dont like, and i want to see this shit on thsir supposedly awesome masterfully built but stock power making 20v
    bursting ovaries since 92'

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    totally irrelevant but CA18 is 98-108Nm/72-80lb.ft

    Also, overtightening is better than undertightening.

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    The flywheel bolt torque for a 4age 20v bt is 75nm's.
    I presume the tension would be the same for bt and st
    And thats straight out of the toyota workshop manual

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    don't over do it, they are only 14mm bolts
    Last edited by rthy; 26th September 2012 at 10:40 PM. Reason: edited to correct bolt size as pre next page :>
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