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Old 02-20-2004, 23:06   #1 (permalink)
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Whats the bigend, main & head tension of a 302 windsor ?
As my manual got wet in flood I need to know this ASAP.
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Old 02-20-2004, 23:09   #2 (permalink)
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What model Windsor? Early Carby? or EFI?
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Re: Tension

ENGINE out of an XY 1971 falcon
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Re: Tension

Main Bearing Cap Bolts - 90 Nm
Connecting Rod Cap Bolts - 30Nm
Flywheel / Driveplate Bolts - 100 - 115Nm
Head Bolts - step 1 - 65Nm
step 2 - 85Nm
step 3 - 100Nm
depending upon what head gasket yer using they may have their own spec.....
best o luck - let us know how well she goes once you get her running....
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Thanks Wolus
As im outback QLD its hard to get info....
but i think the best thing ive ever done was go online
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