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Old 02-26-2011, 09:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all.. as some of you know i am building a boosted d16.. and i have now got to the stage of putting the arp bolts in the block for the head. i have a problem though.. they all fit exactly the same height.. apart from one which sinks alot into the block.. its 18 turns lower than the rest of the bolts?is this right? or have i got short bolts? should i have one long bolt?

can anyone help please!!!
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this isnt specific enough. which head are you running?
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^^this and what block are you running, and did you chase the bolt holes first
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y8 block z6 head.. i will get pictures asap!!
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1. Which ARP Head studs are you running? (Part Number)
2. What Block and Head are you running?

If you are running D16A6 Block/Head or D16Z6 Block/head then you need part number 208-4301

If you are running a D16Y7 Block/Head or D16Y8 block/head you need part number 208-4305

If you are running any other combination of block/head (Like a Z6 block with a Y8 head..etc...) then you will need a custom ARP Head stud kit.
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y8 block z6 head.. i will get pictures asap!!
Well you need a custom Kit..
You need 9 Y8 Head studs and 1 Z6 head stud....

Z6 head studs are longer tham the Y8
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Well you need a custom Kit..
You need 9 Y8 Head studs and 1 Z6 head stud....

Z6 head studs are longer tham the Y8
And there's your answer bud. GL
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