Part# 1015024 – Metal Guide Installation

The new metal guides will install with new hardware supplied in the kit. Four new bolts with washers will be used instead of the shoulder bolts that were stock that fit in the plastic guides. The guides are installed first and are to be positioned toward the outside of the engine block do not tighten down yet. Install the crankshaft …

Part# 1014132 – 94MM GAPLESS TOP RING UPGRADE

Please note that the gapless ring upgrade you have purchased will still contain the conventional top rings. You will want to discard the conventional top ring set and use the supplied gapless set. Please be sure to check ring gap and all other clearances while building the engine. Failure to do so could result in engine failure.

Part# 1013215 & 1013216 – Chromoly H-Beam Rod Bolts

Torque Specs: Bolt 7/16” ARP 8740  Identification 7/16” Bolt Head  Torque 70 ft. lbs.  Bolt Stretch .0055” – .0060”. To accurately determine the life of a bolt, it is recommended that a log of the bolts original free-standing (un-torqued) length should be kept and recorded upon subsequent tear-downs for inspection. The free-standing length should be checked against it’s original length. …

Part# 1013201, 1013200, 1013204, 1013207 – Pro Rod Bolt Set

Torque Specs:  50 ft. lbs. .0060” – .0065” Always use ARP Moly Lube. To accurately determine the life of a bolt, it is recommended that a log of the bolts original free-standing (un-torqued) length should be kept and recorded upon subsequent tear downs for inspection. The free-standing length should be checked against it’s original length. If there is an increase of …

Part# 1013157 & 1013158 – Pro Rod Bushings

Due to the stronger solid design (compared to a stock split bushing) of the Pro Rod Bushings you will need to bore the small end of your connecting rod to match the larger diameter of the new bushing. The bushing will then be pressed in and you will hone the inside of the new bushing to fit your wrist pins. …

Part# 1013108 – 2RZ/3RZ Main Studs

1. Be sure to check thread pitch to make sure correct end goes into block (Allen head is the nut end). 2. Use 11mm x 1.25 tap to clean threads in the block. Use ARP Moly Lube and make sure each stud threads into block all the way. 3. Install main studs in block with 3/16 Allen wrench. Hand tight. …

Part# 1013102 – 20R/22R/22RE Pro Main Studs

For proper bearing clearances line honing the block is required when using main studs. 1. Before installing studs into block, chase threads using a M12x1.25 tap and clean to make sure no debris is left in holes that can cause potential damage to studs or block when installing the studs. 2. Install main studs into block using ARP Molly Lube …

Part# 1013045 – Stroker Crank Clearance

When installing any of the Stroker crankshafts care must be taken by the installer to verify proper rotating assembly clearances. The Oil galley on number 1 and 2 cylinders must be notched approximately .080” to .120” for clearance of the rod nut; this amount may differ between rod combinations. You should have a minimum of .030” clearance between block and …

Part# 1013022 – LC Pro Crankshaft Scraper (Full Perimeter)

The LC Pro Crankshaft Scraper will decrease crank wind-age and drag by removing excess oil from the crankshaft while reducing oil foaming, producing increased horsepower and longevity. Installation Instructions: 1.Install crank scraper with the angled portion of scraper on the exhaust side of block, pointing towards the top of the block. With the crank and rods installed in block, rotate …