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I saw a demonstration of this stuff on Horsepower TV today and looked up the website. It looks like it is far superior to motor oil for lubricating the threads on a fastener to ensure accurate torque readings.

If you are going to have your engine apart for any reason, I would get some of this.

ARP-bolts.com | ARP Ultra-Torque Fastener Assembly Lubricant

Here is a video interview on Youtube:

 

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there is a ton of people that dont understand the importance of it ... it cracks me up!!
 

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there is a ton of people that dont understand the importance of it ... it cracks me up!!

What cracks me up there are companys selling cylinders for the rzr and DON'T supply them with there kit.

I put some in mine and they seem to be holding up on over 150 hp.
 

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there is a ton of people that dont understand the importance of it ... it cracks me up!!

What cracks me up there are companys selling cylinders for the rzr and DON'T supply them with there kit.

I put some in mine and they seem to be holding up on over 150 hp.
Are you talking about head studs or the thread lubricant?
This thread is about the lubricant.
 

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there is a ton of people that dont understand the importance of it ... it cracks me up!!

What cracks me up there are companys selling cylinders for the rzr and DON'T supply them with there kit.

I put some in mine and they seem to be holding up on over 150 hp.
Are you talking about head studs or the thread lubricant?
This thread is about the lubricant.

Both it's a must I have never replaced a cylinder with out doing this procedure above this includes new bolts. Done my share of having engines built and ARP heads studs are in the rzr,raptor to the 6.0 ford. When I was building thr rzr I was amazed there was no ARP heads for the rzr. Come to find out me and another guy on this form where in contact with arp to get some sized up to fit the same week, worked out great.

If you listen to the guy talk the bolts/studs take a beaten just removing them. It's just save practice on a high hp. application
 

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What cracks me up there are companys selling cylinders for the rzr and DON'T supply them with there kit.

I put some in mine and they seem to be holding up on over 150 hp.
Are you talking about head studs or the thread lubricant?
This thread is about the lubricant.

Both it's a must I have never replaced a cylinder with out doing this procedure above this includes new bolts. Done my share of having engines built and ARP heads studs are in the rzr,raptor to the 6.0 ford. When I was building thr rzr I was amazed there was no ARP heads for the rzr. Come to find out me and another guy on this form where in contact with arp to get some sized up to fit the same week, worked out great.

If you listen to the guy talk the bolts/studs take a beaten just removing them. It's just save practice on a high hp. application
So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
 

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Are you talking about head studs or the thread lubricant?
This thread is about the lubricant.

Both it's a must I have never replaced a cylinder with out doing this procedure above this includes new bolts. Done my share of having engines built and ARP heads studs are in the rzr,raptor to the 6.0 ford. When I was building thr rzr I was amazed there was no ARP heads for the rzr. Come to find out me and another guy on this form where in contact with arp to get some sized up to fit the same week, worked out great.

If you listen to the guy talk the bolts/studs take a beaten just removing them. It's just save practice on a high hp. application
So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
When i get in the office tomorrow i will look at the invoice and pm you.
 

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So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
Jeff, I think White Knuckle Racing in Portland sells them if you want to check there.
 

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ARP are about 25.00 a stud if you think you need them!!
 

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Both it's a must I have never replaced a cylinder with out doing this procedure above this includes new bolts. Done my share of having engines built and ARP heads studs are in the rzr,raptor to the 6.0 ford. When I was building thr rzr I was amazed there was no ARP heads for the rzr. Come to find out me and another guy on this form where in contact with arp to get some sized up to fit the same week, worked out great.

If you listen to the guy talk the bolts/studs take a beaten just removing them. It's just save practice on a high hp. application
So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
When i get in the office tomorrow i will look at the invoice and pm you.
OK Thanks.

So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
Jeff, I think White Knuckle Racing in Portland sells them if you want to check there.
I may do that, thanks Cliff.
 

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ARP are about 25.00 a stud if you think you need them!!
I just sent some to guy on this forum that pulled the factory one's out of the case. You could put them in now or just wait tell it breaks then you will be needing timeserts pick your poison. (This motor was high boost and a bigger cylinder)
 

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Are you talking about head studs or the thread lubricant?
This thread is about the lubricant.

Both it's a must I have never replaced a cylinder with out doing this procedure above this includes new bolts. Done my share of having engines built and ARP heads studs are in the rzr,raptor to the 6.0 ford. When I was building thr rzr I was amazed there was no ARP heads for the rzr. Come to find out me and another guy on this form where in contact with arp to get some sized up to fit the same week, worked out great.

If you listen to the guy talk the bolts/studs take a beaten just removing them. It's just save practice on a high hp. application
So how much do the ARP head bolts for a RZR cost? I know they run about 550 bux for my 6.0 powerstroke depending on where you buy them.
Jeff --

I recommend one not use bolts to secure the head/cylinder to the case.

Use studs instead.

As to where to source and the part number -- Read this post .. I don't know who he is -- Butt looks like he did a damn fine job ............

http://www.rzrforums.net/forced-induction/33077-big-bore-head-bolts-high-boost-applications.html

To answer the question at the end of the story - Yes .. One does have to machine off the Bull Nose. Chopsaw or hand grinder also works.

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Jeff --

I recommend one not use bolts to secure the head/cylinder to the case.

Use studs instead.
That doesn't cause you to need to remove the motor to pull the head and cylinder does it? Looks like it would be close to hitting the frame when removing them, maybe not I didn't measure it just ran out and took a look.
Can you double nut the studs for removal, or are they too short?
 

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Jeff --

I recommend one not use bolts to secure the head/cylinder to the case.

Use studs instead.
That doesn't cause you to need to remove the motor to pull the head and cylinder does it? Looks like it would be close to hitting the frame when removing them, maybe not I didn't measure it just ran out and took a look.
Can you double nut the studs for removal, or are they too short?
No - The head bolts can be removed with the engine in the vehicle. The studs can be installed with the engine in the vehicle.

Using studs - They are installed hand tight.

Here's a head shot of my rebuilt '902 .....



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I think you have to remove the X brace in the bed to get one head bolt out.
(the top right bolt/stud in Sparky's picture)
 
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