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Old 06-14-2009, 12:31 PM
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I know with factory headbolts you dont want your EGTs to get up to about 1300-1400 degrees...So if you got the ARP studs in what would you guys recommend..or with ARP studs it just makes it more safe to hit 1300-1400 degrees.
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The valves will warp and the valve contact points on the heads will slowly creat gaps. very small indentations.
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With studs or not, you don't want to go past 1250 for a sustained amount of time
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With studs or not, you don't want to go past 1250 for a sustained amount of time
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1250 ?? Really I run about 1000 or so on the hwy with my truck, with everything I got done I wouldnt worry about it till you hit 1400, I know guys that hit 1600 at times as well just not long periods of time.
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1250 ?? Really I run about 1000 or so on the hwy with my truck, with everything I got done I wouldnt worry about it till you hit 1400, I know guys that hit 1600 at times as well just not long periods of time.
That seems just a little high. But yes you can go much higher that 1250 but only for a shot amount of time. (drag strip, shot pull ect...)
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ok thanks i just want to make sure....the only time i really hit those high numbers are when i get on it but thats only for like a sec or 2 but those numbers are also safe to for a quater mile?
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yup you can hit well over 1250 for short burst. Most will hit that the hole way down the 1/4.
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yup you can hit well over 1250 for short burst. Most will hit that the hole way down the 1/4.
Ya that is fine, you'll hit high temps at full throttle.
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its a 200* temp difference with the EGT probe right after the turbo.
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