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Torque Specs


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So I'm rebuilding my 986 2.5L Boxster engine and have requested torque specs for internal engine parts in a couple of forums with no response. I bought a Bentley Manual yesterday and was disappointed to find that there was NO information in Torque specs for Head Bolts, Main Bearing Bolts, Connecting Rod Bolts or anything I needed. Can anyone tell me ANYWHERE (other then Porsche that won't tell me) I can find this info? Is there a shop manual available to the public that I don't know about?

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If you become a contributing member -- in the member section there are manual downloads that will give you all these torque numbers you request.

mike

We do not have service manuals for download here as they are copyrighted materials.

Many do have access to them - so I suggest you ask for the specific torques you need (as they are spread through the related sections of the manuals (all 17 volumes).

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If you become a contributing member -- in the member section there are manual downloads that will give you all these torque numbers you request.

mike

We do not have service manuals for download here as they are copyrighted materials.

Many do have access to them - so I suggest you ask for the specific torques you need (as they are spread through the related sections of the manuals (all 17 volumes).

Got a hold of a manual, all is well now.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi Guys.

I am looking for the torque specs for a 2.7 engine.

I need the following.

Big end bolt

Main bearing saddle

Cylinder head bolt

latest updated 997 intermediate shaft bearing support bolt

Thanks for helping.

Andy T

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