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I finally found ARP head studs in stock. I have been looking around for a while and have found that hardly anyone even mentions it and the one I did find said you could only pre order but Riffraff diesel has them in stock. Just placed my order with him hope to have them early next week so excited! Also ordered Elite EGR block off plates, Elite Modded HPFP, and Elite ported fuel rails through Riffraff diesel.
 

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no low pressure fuel system? :poke:
 

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Working on an Air dog.
 

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good plan
 

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You can do them both ways but I am going to pull the cab and do it cause I got other stuff to do when I am in there.
 

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arp torque
step 1-110ft lbs
step 2- 220 fot lbs
final torque 325 ft lbs.
I had to borrow a 3/4 drive torque wrench for the final pull.
 

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325 damn. well atleast ya no the heads shouldnt blow off. thats big truck motor head torque. wat a bitch.
 

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How much are the Elite studs?
 

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yeah i think the final sequence is 195 or something 325 seams high but thats probably whats required to get the correct stretch out of the studs, they are made out of different materials so they are gunna be different. Im really suprised none of them are torque turn
 

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yeah i think the final sequence is 195 or something 325 seams high but thats probably whats required to get the correct stretch out of the studs, they are made out of different materials so they are gunna be different. Im really suprised none of them are torque turn
Ya you would think cause thats how the stock blots are.
 

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Ya you would think cause thats how the stock blots are.
usually torque turn are one time use only though, because they have calculated the stretch in the bolt and they are no good after that. (torque to yeild) ARP has prob done the the math of what is needed to get a good stretch but never far enough to ruin them.
 
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