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Question A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

I posted this in my motor thread and never got a response so maybe I'll have better luck in a new thread.
Sorry to be a PITA, but I'm trying to get everything swapped over.

Does anybody have a list of torque specs or a link to a page with them?
I've never replaced the hpop before but I'm transferring mine from my old motor to the new one.
Do I just replace the gasket and reinstall the bolt and washer on the gear inside the cover and tighten it up?
Also do I use the same sealant on the hpop cover as I do on the oil pan?
One more thing. Can I remove the EBP tube from the exhaust manifold and plug it?
Because I use the EBP dongle from SP Diesel.

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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

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I posted this in my motor thread and never got a response so maybe I'll have better luck in a new thread.
Sorry to be a PITA, but I'm trying to get everything swapped over.

Does anybody have a list of torque specs or a link to a page with them?
I've never replaced the hpop before but I'm transferring mine from my old motor to the new one.
Do I just replace the gasket and reinstall the bolt and washer on the gear inside the cover and tighten it up? Yes
Also do I use the same sealant on the hpop cover as I do on the oil pan?No sealant required, there is an o-ring to seal it. I just reused my o-ring
One more thing. Can I remove the EBP tube from the exhaust manifold and plug it?
Because I use the EBP dongle from SP Diesel.I don't see why you couldn't. You may call and ask SP if there is any problem with doing that.
I answered above in red.

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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

Thanks for the reply.
Is there a proper torque for the hpop bolt?
And does anyone know the torque for the flywheel?

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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

You do use that grey sealant on the little bolt cover though. There is nothing wrong with pluging the manifold if you want to run that sp dongle, although my perference is to run the sensor.

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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

Sorry, I don't have any torque specs for you. I just put them back about how they felt when I loosened them up. Everything is bolted into aluminum so don't get too crazy on tightening.

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Thanks for the reply.
Is there a proper torque for the hpop bolt?
90 ft lbs. The two mounting bolts are 18 ft lbs, unless your running mine, then it's 25 ft lbs.
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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

Damn, I already put it in a sealed up the cover. I hope I got it to around 90 lbs. I guess if it comes loose I'll know why.
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I won't come loose. The pump rotation will make sure of that.
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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

Maybe one of these days when I grow up I can get a terminator kit from you. But for now the stock one will have to work. Would there much of an improvement with a 17* pump over stock?

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Re: A Few Motor ?'s, Hpop, EBP, & Sealant

A slight increase, but you will need to address the bleed down issue because you are blessed with the 94-95 curse. I have converted a couple 95 pumps to 17 degree internals. If the Cardiac Arrest works out, that would also be another option.
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