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Discussion in 'Z Re-builds' started by rob260, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Ha fair question -had to draw the line SOMEHERE...
     
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    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    More cool shit... my new head studs arrived today.

    These are very custom ARP CA 625 plus. Around 27% stronger than 2000 series and fully corrosion and oxidisation resistant and good fatigue resistance.

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    No you can’t find these in the ARP catalogue. Yes can order in but will cost you over $1k/set.

    I’ll be using these in the heads and L19 in the mains.
     
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    Boll! Active Member

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    Now they look a bit nice.
    Are the same torque specs used?
     
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    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Should be able to give it more preload... I just had a look at ARP website and they only list specs for 220KSI fasteners. These are a 260-280KSI fastener so I might have to send them an email...
     
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    Chrispy Pretentious Upstart

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    Those look lovely! I just used some normal ARP head studs on my Twincam rebuild and was impressed with the finish. Those are nearly too nice to hide in the engine :D
     

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