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Head torque sequence.

I have arp head studs, ARP recommends 70 lb ft for the final torque but also recommend manufacturer torque sequence. What is the manufacturer torque sequence.
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Below is what I have done before.

7 1 4 6
5 3 2 8

Torque all bolts to the numbers listed below, with 5 minutes in between each torqing, if using MLS gaskets.
35, 35, 55, 55, 75, 75
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Also might suggest that you make sure to use the correct GM sealent on the head studs, because they go into the water jackets. You can just use Tefflon Paste from any hardwear store IMO.

Pre torque the studds once the stud holes have been cleaned with a tap to make sure everything is clean. Pre torque to 10ft. lbs. Now you are for sure that the studs ahve bottomed out in the block.

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