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« on: August 07, 2022, 00:56:00 am »

Good day All,

Seeking ARP bolts for my oxy flywheel. I am wondering if there is any drop in bolts available that can torque up to 120ft/lbs a piece.
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Eddie DVK
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« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2022, 07:41:28 am »

Bas Ahnendorp sells them, I have got their type 4 ones, They are not ARP tho. and you have to modify the holes in the flywheel.
https://www.ahnendorp.com/VW-WBX-waterboxed-engineparts-and-machining/Flywheels-71/B-A-S--Special-Flywheel-Bolds-VW-Wasserboxer.html
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Regards Edgar

" Type 4, it is a completely different engine. You have to drive one to understand! "
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« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2022, 14:18:08 pm »

Good day All,

Seeking ARP bolts for my oxy flywheel. I am wondering if there is any drop in bolts available that can torque up to 120ft/lbs a piece.
It is the same as for BMW ARP 201-2801
/// M
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« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2022, 21:58:39 pm »

@Eddie DVK

Do these torque to 120ft/lbs i see where you have to machine the flywheel.

@PPRMicke

APR website says 105 ft/lbs for these bolts.
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« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2022, 08:59:36 am »

@Eddie DVK

Do these torque to 120ft/lbs i see where you have to machine the flywheel.

@PPRMicke

APR website says 105 ft/lbs for these bolts.


No just the normal torque for flywheel bolts, only the bolts are stronger. (holding the clamp better)
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Regards Edgar

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« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2022, 19:23:28 pm »

@Eddie DVK

Do these torque to 120ft/lbs i see where you have to machine the flywheel.

@PPRMicke

APR website says 105 ft/lbs for these bolts.

3 starters with 2 discs and slick (300+ Hk Then they were screwed off with a damaged crank and flywheel
Then it was just a matter of redoing, doing the right thing, putting the ARP there 5 years later, the same screws are there
It's not how hard you tighten a screw that decides. It's the strength that the screw can handle
It is the only make (Arp) that I dare to use today for the flywheel
But I'm talking about much higher Hp
/// M

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« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2022, 03:21:20 am »

Thanks for the help. I am assuming these were a straight bolt in.
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