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HASportAE86
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In the middle of re-doing this write up this coming week, please be patient

Modified by HASportAE86 at 8:16 PM 6/13/2012



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You replaced the rod bearings too?



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Bravo write up! Will be reading this is class tomorrow haha.



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If you can't find the Toyota 12-point head bolt tool, Powerbuilt makes part# 648599 that work well. I bought mine at Kragen for $10. The "12mm" is the one that fits. Put a 14mm socket on your breaker bar and use that to turn the hex wrench.





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excellent info, thanks!



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very easy to follow
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nice.
what are the specs on the air compressor u have?



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thanks for doing this...awesome.



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Thanks so much for your diy man!

Its the pics that are killing it. I used your t50 diy for reference.

I cannot, in my good conscience, put it my blacktop without doing this. Thanks man.

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Quote, originally posted by balmo »
Thanks so much for your diy man!
I cannot, in my good conscience, put in my blacktop without doing this. Thanks man.

+1 I will be starting this tomorrow. Thanks for the right up Dan, your the man!!



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i have always been under the impression that anytime you take the head off an engine you should always resurface it. is this true or only for overheated engines?
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i have always been under the impression that anytime you take the head off an engine you should always resurface it. is this true or only for overheated engines?
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 Re: DIY Write-Up: Fresh up a BT 20v (HASportAE86) » Reply  Edit


Quote, originally posted by HASportAE86 »

Start by removing the bolts on the outer edges and work your way in to the middle


30% of warped heads are caused by NOT using the proper dismantling procedures......





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you post up the proper tightening procedures, why would you exclude the proper loosening procedures???

I'm just trying to help people do it the correct way, and you take a pretty good DIY thread, and waggle your finger @ me in a highly foolish manner

it isn't just the number of the bolt you loosen, but you are SUPPOSED to do it in a few passes... NOT ALL AT ONCE



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Quote, originally posted by oldeskewltoy »
30% of warped heads are caused by NOT using the proper dismantling procedures......

That seems like very warped data to me, got any reputable tech on that, other then the bold FSM scare tactics that act like the sequence/pattern is the key to it rather then being loosened progressively in any sequence would be.
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is ost still a mod? your the shittiest mod on here and your obssesed with your extremely mild built dust collector. dan is a driver and a mechanic and has accomplished more with his first car than you have in yourt life **** off im tired of seeing you thread jack for the gayest reasons. you know about 4ag's we get it....


+1

Thanks ost for ruining something good and helpfull!! <br /><br />

Abusive reference removed...

Modified by jondee86 at 8:05 PM 1/28/2011



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Quote, originally posted by hbomb86 »


+1

Thanks ost for ruining something good and helpfull!!

+1

what a D bag



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my apologies

for adding the appropriate warning and adding the appropriate specification.

For those trying to roast me... why don't you check my over 10,000 posts and see how much I go around ruining peoples builds, and how-to's.



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I really don't care how many posts you have if you're gonna give advice or technical info you should def check your approach!



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Why can we just be friends..
Everyone please relax...and think about what you write (both sides)..



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damn it whered this ish go?



im totallllllly nub

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Quote, originally posted by stephan »
oldeskewltoy you suckkk!!!

oldskewtoy is the man whatchu talking about info is the power....



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 Re: DIY Write-Up: Fresh up a BT 20v (HASportAE86) » Reply  Edit


There are couple of points that need to be made here...

1. When posting a "technical" thread, there is a responsibility on the writer to
make sure the advice offered is "technically" correct. If the information posted
is given in good faith, but contains some factual error (as happens to all of us),
then if corrections are offered, they should be accepted with good grace, as
improving the thread.

2. If a reader of a thread finds what they know to be an error of fact, they should
offer to help improve the quality of the thread in a constructive manner. Negative
comment should be avoided where possible, in the interests of encouraging the
original author of the thread to add to and improve the thread content.

3. Anyone attempting to dismantle/rebuild/overhaul an engine, should always
obtain and read a copy of the FSM before they pick up a spanner. It is not the
responsibility of the author of a tech article, to explain every step involved in
minute detail. Some level of mechanical ability has to be assumed. Likewise, it is
not unreasonable to expect that anyone following the procedures laid out in the
tech article, will have read the FSM.

A little bit of respect and understanding goes a long way

Cheers... jondee86





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waiting on this update



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also excited for the write-up, nothing unfamiliar but something great to be documented. Any interest on e-mailing the old version?
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Just the thing i need by the way what is the recommended torque for the head blots?



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22 ft/#s followed by a pass to 90 degrees, followed by a 2nd pass, also 90 degrees.

Do it in the PROPER order.........





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I have always done 3 passes. 20, 45, then 70.

With a added 10 ft pounds just as a added peace of mind because the spec is 60.

Ghost



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Quote, originally posted by Ghost Rider »
I have always done 3 passes. 20, 45, then 70.

With a added 10 ft pounds just as a added peace of mind because the spec is 60.

Ghost

20v's are torqued differently.

1.)Torque all bolts in proper sequence to 22 ft/lbs
2.)Tighten all bolts 90 degrees in proper sequence
3.)Tighten all bolts an additional 90 degrees in proper sequence
4.)When done, all bolts should be 180 degrees from their original starting point at 22 ft/lbs.



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yes and for those who are torquing, snap on or matco have a 3/8 drive socket adapter with a dial gauge to know exactly how many degrees you have turned the bolt. its something good to have if your constantly taking off heads. marking it and going by eye is kind of hard to figure out if its "exactly 90"
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