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    ARP conrod bolts torque spec?

    Can someone please confirm what the correct torque spec is for ARP conrod bolts?

    not the head bolts, the connecting rod bolts on an 04 model engine.

    ARP are not very helpful via email

    thanks


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    If they are ARP bolts they should be marked with the bolt type. If you call them they are very helpful. What are the markings, what type bolt?

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    the stamping on the bolt is the material and batch number....they have 2000-03 on them.

    they are 47mm long (under the head) and 10mm diameter.

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    Sorry izzo, meant to get back to you on that. The torque spec that I was told and have been using is 45lbs on the ARP con-rod bolts.

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    50 ft lbs but 45ft lbs is what some use too

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    thanks guys

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    i torqued to 30 fltbs then to 50 working fine for me

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    If possible use a stretch gauge, its MUCHA more accurate than any torque measurement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    If possible use a stretch gauge, its MUCHA more accurate than any torque measurement
    Great advice.

    Some light reading on that matter
    http://www.carcraft.com/techarticles...ool/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayers View Post
    Great advice.

    Some light reading on that matter
    http://www.carcraft.com/techarticles...ool/index.html

    excellent link mate, cheers.

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