ARP bolts and studs are a brand of aftermarket screws used to fasten and secure different parts of an engine. Car manufacturers sometimes use them when building the engine. Most often, though, car owners choose to put them on when they perform car maintenance. Apply the right amount of torque to each ARP bolt and stud to secure your engine properly.

Rod Bolts

Rod bolts with part no. BEB-08, BEB-09, BEB-14, BEB-15, and BEB 19 need 65 foot-pounds of torque if you are using oil, or 45 foot-pounds of torque if you are using ARP lube. Rod bolts with part no. BEB-1 and BEB-RV60 need 55 foot-pounds of torque with oil and 38 foot-pounds of torque with ARP lube.