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What is the difference in ARP and A1 head studs.
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Never heard of A1, you mean H1? A1 makes a great steak sauce though

To answer your ???, the H1 studs are made of some kind of steel that is harder than the ARP's. That's all I know though


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ARPs are not as strong but not as expensive

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the tinsel strength of the metal is higher

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is it h1 hey told me a1 sorry, i was told $3150 for the h1 ans $2700 for the arp's

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is it h1 hey told me a1 sorry, i was told $3150 for the h1 ans $2700 for the arp's
is that parts and labor

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That price better include the install and some goodies or your getting ripped. Arp studs are only 600 max.

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yes that is parts and labor. is that good or to much

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yes that is parts and labor. is that good or to much
i dont think thats to aweful bad

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a1 technologies makes the h11 studs.


ARP's tensile strength is lower and will be just fine on the powerstroke as long as you don't over tighten the stud in the block or the fastener. Use twice as much moly as you think it needs, and do not use oil.

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