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Old Feb 5, 2007, 01:40 PM
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ARP head stud install. 1by1 the right way

ok befor you all start i know the right way to do the job is to pull the head off the car. but im doing the 1by1 method

now i have seached and found alot of mixed info on how to do it.

there is a way to install and take out the head studs.



this seems to be the take out method.

what is the install way to do it??

also some say to torque them down and then re loosen the nut and re torque the nut a few times and each time get tighter and tighter.

what is the best way to do the 1by1 method for arp headstud install on the evo.
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Old Feb 5, 2007, 01:44 PM
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don't do em....
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Old Feb 5, 2007, 01:47 PM
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the install is the exact opposite. start at 10 then 9 and so on. https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/sh...d+stud+install
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why are people so against studs...
...do it, don't do it?
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Old Feb 5, 2007, 01:49 PM
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ok so starting from 10 to 1 is the install way then. ok. thanks

now how about the trq settings and stuff
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i sugest you leave it alone if your going to half *** it and do it that way without taking off the head.
either take the head off or dont do it at all.
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Old Feb 5, 2007, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by evodan2004 View Post
ok so starting from 10 to 1 is the install way then. ok. thanks

now how about the trq settings and stuff
u installing cams too?
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^^^
+100

Guess I posted too late. I agree with Riceball777
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oh boy!
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if you change your HS w/o changing the HG, it will leak......

do it once, do it right - pull the head
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I laid the final torque on mine to 85 ft. lbs. You want to use the install pattern rather than the removal pattern. Here is a link, post #3:

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/sh...ight=head+stud
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if you change your HS w/o changing the HG, it will leak......

do it once, do it right - pull the head
right...
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Not broken don't fix it! unless you do what slowcar said, pull the head.
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ok now how about the way you trq them down. do you just go right to 75 80 foot pounds or do you got to loosen tighten loosen tighten and how should that be done????
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ok now how about the way you trq them down. do you just go right to 75 80 foot pounds or do you got to loosen tighten loosen tighten and how should that be done????

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