The FSM gives torque instructions such as: 1st pass, 30 lbs-ft, 2nd pass 60 degrees, 3rd pass 60 degrees. 4th pass 60 degrees.
In the above hypothetical example, are they speaking of actual bolt/nut rotation of 60 degrees? Three separate times, for a total of 180 degrees? As in after tightening using a conventional torque wrench set to 30 lbs-ft, then using a break-over bar, with the break-over bar starting at 12 O'Clock position, and ending at the 6 O'Clock position?
I will be using Jake's studs for the block - do they have a similar sequence using a 'torque angle'? Or just a single tightening to his specified 75 lbs-ft?
When I looked at specs for the connecting rod bolts, they had torque to some number (can't remember exactly) then BACK TO ZERO, then torque to some number. Do they mean to completely break free the con-rod nut?