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Old 05-27-2009, 07:27 PM   #1
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do you guys recomend running oem spec flywheel bolts or going with ARP bolts instead on a turbo application

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I rock stockers at the power levels in my sig. I beat my flywheel and clutch more than anyone on here. Stock have been fine for me..
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No need to spend the bucks on ARP fasteners on the flywheel bolts.
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I run ARP even though I'm NA. But it's a built NA with a 5.5" Tilton dual disc rally clutch and aluminum flywheel.
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I run ARP even though I'm NA. But it's a built NA with a 5.5" Tilton dual disc rally clutch and aluminum flywheel.
What's the part # on the ARP flywheel bolts?
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I won't really worry about it unless you're putting down some serious power. Just make sure you lock the flywheel and get even torque on all of them.
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What's the part # on the ARP flywheel bolts?
ARP 251-2802 for Ford 1.8/2.0 Duratech.
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ARP 251-2802 for Ford 1.8/2.0 Duratech.
The same as the Ford Duratec engines?
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thank you all for the replies.
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