Head Bolt Kits
These head bolts are re-usable (NOT Torque-to-Yield), and fit GM LS engines built from January 2004 & later. These engines have one length on the 11mm head bolts.
- (20) 11mm-2.0 x 103mm Head Bolts
- (10) 8mm-1.25 x 48mm Head Bolts
- (30) Head Bolt Washers
JEGS Premium head bolts are available with a reduced hex size (1/2" compared to stock 5/8") with a wide area head flange that eliminates valve train removal to aid in re-torquing of the cylinder heads. All High Performance Series bolts are 170,000 psi chromemoly alloy steel, which is approximately 15% stronger than Grade 8. Each bolt is then finished with the distinctive JEGS J-Crown. Kits come complete with hardened double disc ground and chamfered 4130 heat-treated steel washers (also available separately). Head bolts and washers are coated with black oxide for durability. Bolts sold in complete engine sets. .
Are the provided torque specs for these bolts for a cast iron block only? Looking at the torque specs for iron blocks versus aluminum blocks, all of the torque values seems to be ~10% less for aluminum blocks versus cast iron....
Will this bolt kit work on a 11 camaro ss LS3 6.2l?
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