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Arp studs

June 11 2002 at 10:58 AM
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Sebastian Liberona  (Login smash929)
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I have a 1.8L 16v and i have arp studs with 30 wt oil. i torqued them to 65 ft/lbs, and im finding oil in the coolant. im not sure where its coming from yet. i havent found coolant in the oil and there is no white steam from the exhaust. But im assuming its headgasket related. what should i torque these studs too? thanks!

 
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killa
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arp's

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June 11 2002, 11:26 AM 

this subject comes us numeous times, i torqued mine to 85ft/lbs, some other torque it to 65 plus a quarter turn and others torque it to 75. try torquing it either a 1/4 turn more or 10 more ft/lbs.

 
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chris
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yep!!!!!!

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June 11 2002, 4:25 PM 

LIKE RED SAID I TORQUE MINE TO 85LBS AND PROBLEM WENT AWAY.WATER IN THE OIL THAT IS. CHRIS

 
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leo
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or...

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June 11 2002, 9:55 PM 

do you have the old school water cooled, oil cooler? sometimes those will corrode to the point of leaking...if it continue to leek after the 85lb toque that is...leo

 
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killaInManilla
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30w oil

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June 12 2002, 4:38 PM 

you should add 10 more ft/lbs when torquing with 30w oil accoding to the arp manual. IIRC

 
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kevin
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arp studs

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June 12 2002, 10:36 PM 

[thread hijack]

So what is a good deal for a set of ARP head studs? The best price I've seen is around $100 for a set. Would I be getting ripped off at this price?

 
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vw16vcabby
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Re: arp studs

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June 14 2002, 1:12 AM 

100 bills is good. i mean hell- they are reusable. i think i paid 125 for mine...

built, but not done....

 
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Tim
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Undercut?

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June 14 2002, 9:03 PM 

Ok, what's all this talk I hear about undercut vs. standard. I got the one's in my Rabbit from TT a few years ago, and now I need to order another set? What's the diff?
later,



Tim
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kevin
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Re: Undercut?

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June 18 2002, 5:53 AM 

^^^ respond to this dammit! I want to know too

 
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Tim
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Re: Re: Undercut?

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June 18 2002, 9:05 PM 

Well, I talked to Randy at TT about the ARP's this afternoon, and I also found some info on the ARP site. But the undercut studs are supposed to help on bi-metal engines. It has to do with expansion rates, and the studs holding a better stretch or something like that.
They're supposed to be better, but they are also backordered, so regular ARP's here I come.
hth,




Tim
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kevin
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June 19 2002, 4:23 PM 

Thanks. I would like to get a set of either but I ran out of money machining my head and buying pistons so I'll be using the stock bolts again.

I got a set of stock Mahle 1.8 8.5:1 .020 oversize pistons for $102 from Gex. Thats a pretty sweet deal I think. I'd like forged stuff, but can't afford it right now.

 
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