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post #1 of 12 Old 04-02-2009, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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H11s vs ARP's?

On a 7.3. Which one is a better choice?

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I was just reading over on the nation last night about this. I think they say the H-11's are stronger but unless your a competition truck the ARP's will be just fine.

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I was just reading over on the nation last night about this. I think they say the H-11's are stronger but unless your a competition truck the ARP's will be just fine.
that is the only thing that needs to be said.

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H-11's are on my twinned rig, i think they are the best but like the other guys mentioned arp's are good enough for most.

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I fitted the ARP's and had trouble fitting them under the injectors and had to cut them down.

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I fitted the ARP's and had trouble fitting them under the injectors and had to cut them down.

I've never seen trouble with arp's under the injectors. The 8 shorter bolts are actually shorter than needed.

Just take your time and use air to blow out/dry out the holes. I haven't had to use a thread chaser on a 7.3, but that wouldn't hurt.

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ive put several sets in with no issues except for mine , my bolts under the injectors did the same thing , i ground a small section of the injector hold down off

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ARP's unless your pushing twins... If you put the right bolts in the right holes you will have no issues with grinding the hold downs...

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I fitted the ARP's and had trouble fitting them under the injectors and had to cut them down.
theres 8 short studs for a reason lol

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theres 8 short studs for a reason lol
i know there is supposed to be but i pulled mine back out twice and had no shorter ones

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