The Shop Manual shows the torque sequence very clearly. I also step the torque values, but add another recheck of the final torque value, just to makes sure. Invest in a clicker type torque wrench - saves lots of time, effort and much greater accuracy.
I also like to torque to the upper value on the torque allowable chart, since I know there's lots of design margins built-in to these calculations.
'66 Springtime Yellow Coupe
289, slightly warmed over
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I am planning to add EFI to my car over the winter and am wondering if anyone has experience with the Pro Flo 4. The Holley Sniper is a popular option and I’ve been thinking a lot about it, but can’t help but wonder if it’s somewhat antiquated at this point. Edelbrock...
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