Re: What heads studs? And final torque?
That is not a great idea in my opinion. Over torquing is never a good thing.
You can bet whoever engineered those fasteners set the torque where they did for a good reason. We'll never know exactly what the reasons were, but I wouldn't try and second guess it.
Also, if the head is over torqued, when it heats up, it'll crush the gasket. Then when it cools down a leak will form.
Ps...Im pretty frickin awesome!
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