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Old 26th February 2007, 19:57   #1
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91 Torque specs

Hi everybody. I've pulled the head (in the car, what a b---h) from my 91 M5 to replace a head gasket & now I need the torque specs for the cam tray and cam related fasteners. Does the TIS provide those specs? Can anybody tell me what the are?

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Mike do a search for 'workshop manual' or similar as there was a thread with a link to the full manual posted not too long ago.
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Download link and instructions are in the thread.

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Just found it myself, Beat me to it DeWitt.
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Thanks everybody, in fact I'd already found & downloaded that (huge thanks, Cory), but for removing and installing the cylinder head for that engine, it directs you to the "Construction Group Repair Manual", which is not part of Cory's manual, unfortunately.
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I've got an adobe file with them in - only about 170kb. PM me your email and I'll shoot them through. Don't forget new head bolts as they are (I forget the technical term - is it "stretch to" bolts) ie torque to a setting, then a certain number of degrees turn.

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Hi everybody. I've pulled the head (in the car, what a b---h) from my 91 M5 to replace a head gasket & now I need the torque specs for the cam tray and cam related fasteners. Does the TIS provide those specs? Can anybody tell me what the are?

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I've got an adobe file with them in - only about 170kb. PM me your email and I'll shoot them through. Don't forget new head bolts as they are (I forget the technical term - is it "stretch to" bolts) ie torque to a setting, then a certain number of degrees turn.

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