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Old 12-06-2012, 12:39 PM
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I need page 57 of the engine WSM showing "table with torque wrench settings"

What I really need is the torque value of the flywheel bolts.

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2.8 kgm

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Just looked it up.

My manual shows that that Miura, jarama, Espada, Urraco P300 and Countach are all set to 2.8 Kgm.

In case you need it, the clutch plate to flywheel is also 2.8 Kgm.

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Just looked it up.

My manual shows that that Miura, jarama, Espada, Urraco P300 and Countach are all set to 2.8 Kgm.

In case you need it, the clutch plate to flywheel is also 2.8 Kgm.

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Mike,

Do you have page 55, 56, 57? Anyone. I just realized my Work shop manual does not have any of those pages.
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