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Hey I was hoping you hellcat guys could help me out. I'm building a 5.7 stroker and callies changed their crankshaft to require the 15-17 HC bolt. The part number I was told to buy is 6510536AA Does someone have the torque spec? All I can find is the new bolt spec which is like 200 nm plus 150° and conflicting info but no actual service manual data for the other.
 

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Part # 06512335AA
200Nm + 150 degrees.
Bolt is new and has a different surface coating. The clamp load is a lot higher than the current production damper bolt for engines previous ones.
Torque it to 200Nm and then pull the wrench another 150 degrees.

Is there any reason they dont simply say drill and pin the Crank Btw?
 

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Part # 06512335AA
200Nm + 150 degrees.
Bolt is new and has a different surface coating. The clamp load is a lot higher than the current production damper bolt for engines previous ones.
Torque it to 200Nm and then pull the wrench another 150 degrees.
6510536AA is the bolt that I was told to purchase. So that's what I got
 

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Part # 06512335AA
200Nm + 150 degrees.
Bolt is new and has a different surface coating. The clamp load is a lot higher than the current production damper bolt for engines previous ones.
Torque it to 200Nm and then pull the wrench another 150 degrees.

Is there any reason they dont simply say drill and pin the Crank Btw?
KB sent me a pin kit. But the compstar crank already comes keyed. Im in the dark about why they changed from the 5.7/6.4 bolt to the HC bolt. I didn't even know about it until my brand new crank bolt just slid all the way in to the washer. And had a mini heart attack. Lol
 

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For less chance of slippage the Bolt specified works also with not only just the Hellcat but Redeye and Demon as well from what I read.
I didn't even know about the new part number until I started looking for the torque spec. For the part# I have the most common answer I've been able to find is 239 ft lbs. Is just feel better if there was a number from an actual manual. I'm not very keen on buying a 3rd crankshaft bolt if I can avoid it.
 
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