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    ARP Studs seriously 100 lb/ft?

    This seems quite high. This is right off their install sheet.


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    i go 95 ftlbs

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    that's still high. Mine states 3 steps in factory pattern finalizing at 100. I'd rather do 95

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    hate to be that guy, but there are a TON of threads on this.

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    I do 95 your going to run the ski at first Break in for a few Hours ,do the normal flush cool down and retourqe it again following same tourqing sequence. I normally say once or twice to be safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    This seems quite high. This is right off their install sheet.


    That's right. Don't 2nd guess it.

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    I know there are threads on this but I've built a ton of high HP 3.8s and LSx engines and just can't ever break away from what I'm used to. I understand this is not a land engine and 100% different but my mind won't let it go.

    95 it is!

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    Lol its a weedeater to a stroker 1000 cu Motor

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    when did ya'll become smarter than the engineers at ARP??????? the instructions say 100lbs in three steps for a reason, follow them or don't cry to the forum when you blow a head gasket cause you thought you were smarter !!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by big john View Post
    when did ya'll become smarter than the engineers at ARP??????? the instructions say 100lbs in three steps for a reason, follow them or don't cry to the forum when you blow a head gasket cause you thought you were smarter !!!!!
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