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which head studs?

ford is doing more work on my motor now, and they said they suggest putting in head studs and they will install them for free. I saw that ATS and ARP make headstuds, but there is also a $300 difference in them and was just wondering what everyone else's opinion was on them.

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alot of people here use ARP

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arp is what most people use and they are cheaper

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I use ARP and they are fine.


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with arp and stock gaskets how much hp is this setup good for 550+?
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not sure about the HP.....but I have heard of guys running 80psi of boost with stock gaskets and studs....and of course egr delete.


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arp is the most used fastener in the high performance engine world all 3 of our 700+ hp sbc race motors use nothing but arp as does every other race engine that i have ever worked on

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i would just stick with ARP.... let me know if your interested and ill shot you over a price

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ARP is all you need. They are the most widely used and trusted studs available.



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Oh ok. Well if you don't mind shoot me a price then, I've looked around some but wouldn't hurt to get one from ya.

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