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Torque specs for 11522003 GReddy Crank Cap Bolt and Nut Set BNR32/BCNR33/BNR34.

Torque settings = 46.0Nm to 52.0Nm
1) 19.6 Nm  
2) 39.2 Nm
3) 46.0 Nm

Thank you so much i swear i looked through every post for these. Do you know if these came with washers for an rb26?
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Not 100% sure but from what I can tell from an old pic & description they didn't come with washers

Okay thank you, only picture i could find was of sr20 ones with washers.
Just curious where did you find picture/torque spec
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If you can't find the actual specs then I'd stick with standard RB26 specs, maybe just a touch higher. Being a stud as opposed to a bolt the actual clamping force will be greater than a bolt at the same torque so at factory spec you're actually at a theoretical higher tightening torque level if that makes sense?

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