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Once the crank was set into place for final, Mulvey placed each cap onto the block to lock in the crank. Then, beginning with the center cap and working outward, he torqued each cap down to 105 ft-lb, using a 1/2-inch socket. We made sure to apply a healthy amount of ARP Ultra-Torque assembly lube to each bolt prior to threading it into the block. Afterward, we gave the crank a good spin to make sure there was no binding.