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Old 07-11-2012, 08:40 AM
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arp studs cap nut torque

I know that the torque for the arp studs is 210, but what is the torque value for the nuts?
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I think that value IS for the nuts...

The bolts into the block should be finger tight IIRC.



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did you read the directions for install?
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I installed the studs finger tight then backed off a 1/4 turn.
nuts are 210 with the new lube and use lots of it.
I ordered a tube of it so I had enough as the little packet that comes with them is not enough.
dont forget the 3 steps on the torques

and if you get any popping turn it out and start over with that one.
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I skimmed over the instructions so I must have missed the part about finger tight. Thanks for the info though, I have a tendency to over tighten everything.
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So did you already tighten to 210 into the block?



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So did you already tighten to 210 into the block?



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Don't say things like that!
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This is what I did mine at follow the new ford sequence (same as on the ARP sheet) and the same number of stages but with torque specs (65-85-135-185-210) then the uppers at 18 then 23.
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there is no way you could get the Allen wrench to tighten that much
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