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Re: MS440 Cylinder Screws
« on: March 30, 2013, 08:42:20 am »
Myautomotive mentor taught me 2 main things: 1- clean, clean, clean (initial exp I cleaned a 265 Chevy block til I was sick of seeing it) 2- torque mains, rods, cyl. bolts everything else use common sense.  I have read on another site guys say just tighten cyl screws it's just a saw.  NOT it's a piece of highly reving piece of highly engineered machinery.  I ALWAYS torque my cyl. screws.
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