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Old 11-12-2007, 03:30 PM
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Exclamation HEAD STUDS

The truck is going in for tranny flush and they are gonna look over everyhting and see if I may need head studs. In this case which studs are the best? I hope to get the work covered under warranty.
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H-11's are the best, but ARP's will be fine for your application. You only need to go with H-11's if you are going for massive power... (700-800 HP and/or 80-100 PSI boost)
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Old 11-12-2007, 03:52 PM
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Are they alot more expensive than ARP?
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About $300 more.
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Old 11-12-2007, 04:13 PM
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what is a ball park price on ARP's?
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Old 11-12-2007, 06:48 PM
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about 600 from what I hear..
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ARP's are floating around for less than $500 now...

on edit: googling ARP head studs...Here's the first page that came up...$498...shop and you can do even better...
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Old 11-12-2007, 06:56 PM
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I got the H11. Insurance man. Never know when you catch a power bug, and if you have it opened up, at least you know you put the BEST in and will never look back if anything did happen. I'm happy I went with the H11s, I know I can throw anything at the truck now! worth the 300 extra.
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if ur gonna go over 600 RWHP you will need rod bearings too......so take that into consideration....

Dont do the H-11's unless you are willing to go there too....they are a better product but only in the big HP range....and then you will need further engine componants anyways...
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if ur gonna go over 600 RWHP you will need rod bearings too......so take that into consideration....

Dont do the H-11's unless you are willing to go there too....they are a better product but only in the big HP range....and then you will need further engine componants anyways...
Humm, so then you need the stronger bottom plate, rods and bearing as well as the h-11. What about crank and pistons?
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