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    Flywheel Bolts Which ones ?

    I have an 04 RXP that I am planning on replacing the flywheel bolts and valves. Is there a cut off year where the flywheel bolts have been upgraded from the factory ? The engine that came out is dated 06/2005. The supercharger housing is black and the valve cover is black so I figured the engine has been replaced at some point in it's life. The valves start with 72 so no luck there.


    So far these are my bolt options:
    - BRP updated bolts 295 501 043
    - ARP 134-1002
    - ARP 661-1001

    Does this engine need the updated bolts and if so does it matter which ones I use ?


    Thanks
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    Buy the arp flywheel bolts

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    Buy the arp flywheel bolts
    ARP do not list a flywheel bolt for the 4Tec motor which is why I asked which one of the two part numbers is correct.

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    like stated 06+ oem work well... its what I run

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    THere's a reason why race teams and high horsepower engine builders use arp and not OemOem

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    THere's a reason why race teams and high horsepower engine builders use arp and not OemOem
    going by his Sig, hes from from a race and high horsepower ski.

    OEM are fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    THere's a reason why race teams and high horsepower engine builders use arp and not OemOem
    going by his Sig, hes from from a race and high horsepower ski.

    OEM are fine.
    I just snapped my OEM bolts. 2010 S3.

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    My choice was simple when I could get arps for 6.00 more shipped. Hell that's a drink at the bar, why not go with the best?


    The Oems were known to break, why use them again when the arps are stronger and better for 6.00 shipped more.

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