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#1 Old Apr 26th, 2005, 12:48 AM
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I need a diagram or some other method of finding out the sequence of the head bolts on a 91 nx 2.0 engine head. I also need the specs. Quickly would be good as it's broken down in a spot that it's going to be towed very soon, thanks for the help.
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#2 Old Apr 26th, 2005, 09:38 AM
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Do it in a cross secuence, first torque to 25 lbs. all the bolts. Then torque them again to 55 or 60, and that would be it.

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From the B14 FSM:

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[You will need an angle wrench to do it properly]



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Wow, very good ishadoff, I`ll even save it for my self. jejeje

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how can I get 300 horse power from a SR20DE
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in addition to my question asked earlier, what are the engine mods and specs required for this?
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you should post your question in a new thread.
300HP is a Turbo,with mods, maybe a SR20VET if you can get one.
search, try the other SR20 boards.

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