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    I got my ARP HEAD Stud part #'s (I know this work for sure.)

    M5-100-1LB for the Short Stud
    AM5-900-1B for the Long Stud
    AMW-750N for the washer
    AMN-12-1 for the nut


    I need to check if Anybody have the correct (ARP MAIN Stud part #'s?) I mean somebody that has actually bought them and installed them and knows that they work for sure.

    I found this but need to check before i buy them.......THANKS

    http://store.summitracing.com/egnsearch ... 202%2D5402
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    1988 SS TURBO BEING RESTORE.
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2238220

  • #2
    http://z31.com/board/read.php?id=61311&srf=nyet

    long stud am5.900-1b
    short stud am5.100-1lb
    washer amw750n
    nut amn12-1


    worked for me
    Jukka Kivinen - Europe / Finland - '88 Turbo 2+2 Targa
    Datsun Nissan Sports Cars of Finland
    http://www.z31turbo.com / http://www.z31na.com

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    • #3
      That does't answer my QUESTION does the Main kit that SUMMIT RACING sales works YES or NO.

      I know that the head ones work because i have them and try them.
      1988 SS TURBO BEING RESTORE.
      http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2238220

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      • #4
        Yes. I have them and they are correct. Our engines use the same ARP main stud kit as the SR20, so don't be suprised when the box says SR20 on it.

        This information is in the turbo faq.

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        • #5
          Thanks Jason
          1988 SS TURBO BEING RESTORE.
          http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2238220

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          • #6
            sr20 haha nice, nothing missing either? same quantities of everything then?

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            • #7
              G-E wrote: sr20 haha nice, nothing missing either? same quantities of everything then?
              Yeah, SR's have the same (4) main caps with two studs each. AFAIK Nissan used those same studs on all of the VG's and SR's.

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              • #8
                Kennedy wrote: http://z31.com/board/read.php?id=61311&srf=nyet

                long stud am5.900-1b
                short stud am5.100-1lb
                washer amw750n
                nut amn12-1


                worked for me
                Ok now the part numbers are reversed, which ones are the long studs and which are the short?

                This should be a sticky when it has clear info on it...
                BLOZ UP.com
                It is not recommended to confirm proper installation by driving into walls or other barriers as this could cause personal injury or damage to the vehicle.

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                • #9
                  sticky :lol:
                  Attached Files
                  1988 SS TURBO BEING RESTORE.
                  http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2238220

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                  • #10
                    BLOZ UP wrote: Ok now the part numbers are reversed, which ones are the long studs and which are the short?

                    This should be a sticky when it has clear info on it...

                    Looks to me like he just listed them in reverse order. the one with the higher number should be the longer one and it is listed as long in both postings. It's right in the turbo faq so it really needs no sticky :?

                    I should add those final quantities too, from memory it's 13 head bolts per head and two of those are the long ones? I'll check and edit this later, but I think it's right.

                    M5-100-1LB - Short Stud (22 needed?)
                    AM5-900-1B - Long Stud (4 needed?)
                    AMW-750N - washer (26 needed)
                    AMN-12-1 - nut (26 needed)


                    Total cost will come up well over $200 from most places, and considering almost 800whp cars have used stock head bolts, studs may just be unnecessary overkill.

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                    • #11
                      [quote]Jason84NA2T wrote:
                      Originally posted by BLOZ UP
                      Ok now the part numbers are reversed, which ones are the long studs and which are the short?

                      This should be a sticky when it has clear info on it...
                      Looks to me like he just listed them in reverse order. the one with the higher number should be the longer one and it is listed as long in both postings. It's right in the turbo faq so it really needs no sticky :?

                      I should add those final quantities too, from memory it's 13 head bolts per head and two of those are the long ones? I'll check and edit this later, but I think it's right.

                      M5-100-1LB - Short Stud (22 needed?)
                      AM5-900-1B - Long Stud (4 needed?)
                      AMW-750N - washer (26 needed)
                      AMN-12-1 - nut (26 needed)
                      Originally posted by BLOZ UP

                      Total cost will come up well over $200 from most places, and considering almost 800whp cars have used stock head bolts, studs may just be unnecessary overkill.
                      I could have sworn I looked at them over and over again and they were mislisted... oh well I'm fucktarded.
                      BLOZ UP.com
                      It is not recommended to confirm proper installation by driving into walls or other barriers as this could cause personal injury or damage to the vehicle.

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                      • #12
                        someone should tell arp to make a vg-e kit

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                        • #13
                          G-E wrote: someone should tell arp to make a vg-e kit
                          So all 3 people can buy it? I'll look into that anyway, as they are all parts they already make.

                          If WWR made 780RWHP on stock head bolts and head gaskets... we have 13 bolts per head... I really don't know what to say.
                          Attached Files

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                          • #14
                            [quote]Jason84NA2T wrote:
                            Originally posted by G-E
                            someone should tell arp to make a vg-e kit
                            So all 3 people can buy it? I'll look into that anyway, as they are all parts they already make.

                            If WWR made 780RWHP on stock head bolts and head gaskets... we have 13 bolts per head... I really don't know what to say.
                            nissan designs good engines? hehe
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                            • #15
                              um, i think this would be the right post to ask if I should use the same head bolts...so should I?

                              Also, on a side note

                              How much is a "head Kit" usually run?

                              Terrible idea putting those wheels on...

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