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Old 08-16-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Default Questions for you guys with forged motors

I have a forged rotating assembly as well as arp rod bolts, dss racing main support, and arp main support bolts.

My question is what other bolts and stuff will I need so that I can put the motor together?

I am looking for what other things I will need to buy to get the motor together and running
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Old 08-16-2013, 11:27 AM   #2
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Arp side bolts, arp crankshaft bolt, arp head studs. Can reuse the timing chain tensioner bolts and oil pan bolts etc. I would replace the timing chain guides as well.
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ok cool so that is all the bolts I would need then?

And what oil pump do you run kerns?
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Mmr pump or cobra pump. Never saw anything wrong with either
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Hey dw if you can't find the stuff that you need used, I would suggest you check out Mod Max racing. Pretty cheap, excellent warrenty and best thing, customer service is outstanding. Also I agree with the man with the plan Kerns. I would most def change the timing chain guides as well. Learned that one the hard way...What's your plans for the car? Are you planning non bumping the boost up a little?
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I'm running a melling billet aluminum oil pump. Yes that's all you'll need as far as bolts are concerned. Don't forget main bearings and rod bearings.
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I planned on all clevite bearings.

And did you guys use oem gaskets?
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Yes to OEM gaskets. So far they seem to be holding up just fine
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Ok sounds good.

And clevite bearings ok as well? I've heard a lot of good things about em
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Yeah, i'm running Clevite H series.
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