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ARP Head Studs Torque Info

What are the studs suppose to be torque at (ft lbs) if i remove one bolt and install one stud at a time. Is there a sequence?


Head Gaskets are alright and there isnt any signs of hg failure of any kind. IMO theres no sense in pulling the heads if the gaskets are ok.

Im doing upgrades some more upgrades which include; bigger injectors, turbo, head studs, valve springs, pushrods. These are all gonna be done at the same time probably Tuesday or Wednesday.

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

You're gonna put more power on that stock bottom end???

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

I think the first round you have to go to 90 to match the stock torque. (whatever sequence you want)

Once you have them all replaced start torquing them down in stages.... I think I went to 125 next. There is a specific torque sequence for that(I think you start on the outside bottom row and work your way up to the top). Then I loosened one up at a time and retorqued to 135.. then I loosened each one up and retorqued to 140. Then went back and loosened each one and retorqed it back to 140...

ARP says to loosen them up a few times and re torque them because they will stretch. I have read alot of guys won't do this. But I did...

I have heard of guys going to 135 and 140 for the final torque.
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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

FYI i did 140 on my final torque and used the sequence layson described.

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

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You're gonna put more power on that stock bottom end???
Yep. The stock bottom end will be just fine



Thanks for the info guys.

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

I made a kick a$$ valve spring tool if you need to use it I'll send it your way. You might have to do some motor rocking for the studs anyway. But if you need it I am going to Fedex first thin in the morning to send my expenses.

I should try to sneak in the bill for springs and prods, lol.

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I made a kick a$$ valve spring tool if you need to use it I'll send it your way. You might have to do some motor rocking for the studs anyway. But if you need it I am going to Fedex first thin in the morning to send my expenses.

I should try to sneak in the bill for springs and prods, lol.
Thanks, but i am going to lift the cab. Should be a lot easier. Rave, the owner of twisted diesel is going to help me out. Hes done numerous head jobs on 6.0's. He said the cab will be cake on my truck and would probably take couple of hours to lift off the frame.

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

140 here

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Damn good idea. That will save some sore knees and back. Lucky man

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Re: ARP Head Studs Torque Info

im interested to see how lifting the cab goes as I am going to do studs springs injectors very soon if I get time.

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