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Old 10-25-2010, 03:17 AM   #1
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Im looking to get a set of arp bolts or studs for my head so do they both have the same strength or is it just easier to install the head with the studs
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I used arp bolts and they seem to work just fine
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Well my motor is going back the shop cause they messed up the rebuild and I was just going to get some new Arps and have them torque to 70lbs the first time they torque them to 58lbs
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the studs are suppose to be better, but they came out with bolts for applications where studs cant be used, like in v block cars where tight clearance wont allow head removal in car if on studs. both are made from the same material though.
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Bolts or studs, can't go wrong with any of them.
ARP recomends 75LB-FT torque for aluminum heads.
If you have your block milled for a MLS head gasket, the lone alignment dowell at the front of the block must be removed. I used the studs the last time around. This worked to align the head to the block, eliminating the need for installing a new dowell.
If your interested, I have a set of used ARP bolts / washers for the 7M. Used once, torqued to the 75LB-FT value and in great shape.
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