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I am in the process of cleaning up and overhauling my motor (86 Daytona Turbo Z 2.2 T1) and had a bunch of rusted/broken studs and bolts when removing the intake and exhaust manifolds. Forgot to mark the placement of the studs vs bolts. Anyone have a diagram or a picture of their head? Thank you!
 

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'86 ? log manifold .. did those intake mani's have two different bolt lengths..?
anyhoo it should be obvious once you look at it,
where the 'short' bolts go and where the 'long' bolts go.

make sure to 'clean' the threads out of all of these b4 assembly..
that way measured bolt torque is correct,
and you know a bolt isnt prematurely 'bottoming' or seizing (then not clamping)

and I use liberal amounts of medium threadlocker on the intake manis bolts,
and maybe 'stud lock' on the exh studs,
not that that matters much since the high heat will break it down anyways ..
 
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