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    Thread: KILLER DEALS ON ARP HARDWARE: HEAD BOLTS, MAIN STUDS & MORE!

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      09-14-2008 12:15 AM #1


      THE BUSINESS:

      If you've actually taken the time to get out the chrome rim filled and tire stretched MK4 forums, or decided to mosey on over from the MK3 section here on the Vortex because you were tired of looking at plaid headliner threads, it means you're into doing one thing - GOING FAST IN YOUR WATERCOOLED VOLKSWAGEN! Going fast is great - be it with nitrous, forced induction, or even high-compression natural aspiration, but should be done with safety, reliability, and more importantly - YOUR BANK ACCOUNT in mind. Serious boost is all good and fun, but if your motor fails apart after one season due to a "budget" build-up, you sure are going to be kicking yourself.

      Fear not, gentlemen, as MJM Autohaus (www.mjmautohaus.com) and ARP have the premium grade 8740 alloy hardware (head studs, main studs, rod bolts, etc) that your VW needs to stay on top of its game. Superior to that of supposed "aircraft" quality, each ARP stud is precisely heat-treated to 200,000 psi and is center-less ground for an exceptionally close to concentric part. The ARP high tensile strength stud sets are superior to OEM head bolts and can be reused unlike factory stretch hardware. Obtaining the optimum cylinder head-to-block sealing is critical in small displacement engines employing high compression pistons or engines that utilize forced induction like a turbo or supercharger. This kind of engineering goes into each and every stud and bolt they make.

      MJM Autohaus is a Master Warehouse Distributor and offers FREE SHIPPING and KILLER PRICING on all ARP hardware for European vehicles. Got a buddy with a built S54 Bimmer? Maybe the dude's tail that you keep kicking at your local track needs to build up his B16A. Tell them, too. We stock them for all makes and models! Let's talk about the Dubs for now, though. Take a look below at some of the specials we're running and feel free to contact us at the contact info below with any questions. Below are just a few of the specials - check out http://www.mjmautohaus.com for our full ARP offerings! Contacting us through our site will usually yield a quicker response than a post.

      A FEW OF THE DEALS:

      12V VR6 Head Stud Kits - $184.95 with free shipping!

      - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY!

      12V/24V VR6 Rod Bolt Kits - $89.95 with free shipping!

      - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY!

      12V/24V VR6 Main Stud Kits - $114.95 with free shipping!

      - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY!

      1.8T Head Bolt Sets (2000-up) -$124.95 with free shipping!

      - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY!

      16V Head Stud Kits - $104.95 with free shipping!

      CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY!

      And by all means, feel free to inquire about full bottom end rebuild kits with ARP (or OEM) hardware available from MJM. PG, AEB, AEG, BEW...you name it! Just let us know what you need and we'll put it together for you!

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      PHONE: 210.DUB.PART (382.7278)

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      Modified by jess@mjm at 9:18 PM 9-13-2008

      Last edited by sales@mjm; 11-10-2011 at 12:56 PM.

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      09-30-2008 02:46 PM #2
      hey do you guys have a head stud kit for the 2L 8v AEG?

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      09-30-2008 02:51 PM #3
      Quote, originally posted by 2LTurbo »
      hey do you guys have a head stud kit for the 2L 8v AEG?

      i had to go with raceware studs since i could not find ARP studs for the AEG

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      09-30-2008 02:52 PM #4
      how much?

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      09-30-2008 04:24 PM #5
      2 bills i think
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      09-30-2008 05:20 PM #6
      eff that, i found the arp ones. i trust arp, used them on many a muscle car build with my uncles.. mjm can you confirm the 8v aba will fit the aeg... fyi the aeg and aba use same head

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      09-30-2008 08:41 PM #7
      Quote, originally posted by 2LTurbo »
      eff that, i found the arp ones. i trust arp, used them on many a muscle car build with my uncles.. mjm can you confirm the 8v aba will fit the aeg... fyi the aeg and aba use same head

      On the 204-4705 kits, these are the cars that we've personally done them with:

      * 1975-1984 Rabbit
      * 1995-2002 Cabrio
      * 1980-1993 Cabriolet
      * 1985-4/1995 Golf 8V
      * 1980-4/1995 Jetta 8V
      * 1975-1988 Scirocco 8V
      * 1990-1991 Corrado G60
      * 1995-4/1995 Passat 2.0L 8V

      We've yet to do them on a MK4 2.0L. The OEM AEG, AVH, AZG, and BBW bolts are all the same, though.


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      10-01-2008 10:53 AM #8
      id be willing to buy the aba ones and try them out on an aeg and let you know... any sort of discount for that ?

    9. 10-02-2008 11:59 AM #9
      Do you have these in stock?. If i order a set of 12v 2.8l Vr6 with 3 days select when will I get them?. Shipping to antioch ca 94531

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      10-02-2008 02:48 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by omllenado »
      Do you have these in stock?. If i order a set of 12v 2.8l Vr6 with 3 days select when will I get them?. Shipping to antioch ca 94531

      Yes, there are plenty of 12V VR6 head stud kits in stock. You can place the order right off the site and select the speed you'd like them shipped at (Ground, 3-Day Select, 2nd Day Air, Next Day Air).

      If you ordered them with 3-Day Select, you'd get them three (3) days.


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      10-02-2008 05:46 PM #11
      PM sent.



    12. 10-04-2008 09:31 AM #12
      what about main studs???? looking for 1.8t o58 atw block

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      10-04-2008 06:36 PM #13
      Quote, originally posted by not SoQuick »
      what about main studs???? looking for 1.8t o58 atw block

      $99.95 with free shipping!

      http://www.mjmautohaus.com/cat...=2366


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      10-09-2008 09:17 AM #14
      Got anything that is 10x1.5x124?
      Maybe cross reference to another make/model???

      Thanks.


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      10-09-2008 08:46 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by 2LTurbo »
      id be willing to buy the aba ones and try them out on an aeg and let you know... any sort of discount for that ?

      they are actually different. techtonics has them for our cars. sorry to jack mjm's thread. that was a good story at the top though. got me excited.
      f.s. mk4 avh complete head, intake and exhaust manifolds http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...haust-manifold

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      10-09-2008 08:47 PM #16
      Quote, originally posted by billyVR6 »
      Got anything that is 10x1.5x124?
      Maybe cross reference to another make/model???

      Thanks.

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      10-16-2008 04:55 PM #17
      Do you know if you can get hold of any head stud kits for the 3.6 FSI engine?

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      10-19-2008 02:03 AM #18
      Quote, originally posted by Lizard Racing »
      Do you know if you can get hold of any head stud kits for the 3.6 FSI engine?

      ARP only makes head studs for the 2.8 block
      not for the 3.2 or 3.6 blocks

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      11-02-2008 11:01 AM #19
      JUST ORDERED A SET SATURDAY SHOULD I RECIEVE THEM BY THIS COMMING FRIDAY OR MONDAY in CT??

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      11-03-2008 03:00 AM #20
      Quote, originally posted by WindsorJetta8v »
      JUST ORDERED A SET SATURDAY SHOULD I RECIEVE THEM BY THIS COMMING FRIDAY OR MONDAY in CT??

      I'm not sure which kit you ordered, but if they're in stock (most ARP PNs are), then yeah, definitely.


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      11-18-2008 01:22 PM #21
      free bump for you guys.

      Any special on exhaust manifold studs? or what is your price on them?


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      11-18-2008 07:14 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by Lizard Racing »
      Do you know if you can get hold of any head stud kits for the 3.6 FSI engine?

      Do not have, sorry.

      Quote, originally posted by MALLMAN »
      free bump for you guys.

      Any special on exhaust manifold studs? or what is your price on them?



      We appreciate the bump, as it saves us the trouble of doing it. On the studs, I'm not sure which make and model you're inquiring about, but take a look at http://www.mjmautohaus.com for them. If you do not see them, contact us through our site and we'll see what we can do.


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      11-23-2008 11:28 AM #23
      Ordered some rod bolts for an r32...too bad you dont have a set of head studs to complement these

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      12-04-2008 11:24 AM #24
      what is the difference between the undercut and the regular ARP head bolts?

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      12-06-2008 11:12 AM #25
      still trying to find out the difference between the regular ones and the undercut ones. unless i'm missing something.. i can't find any difference in the descriptions..

      http://www.mjmautohaus.com/cat...=2622

      and

      http://www.mjmautohaus.com/cat...=2211

      waiting to clear this up before i place my order. thanks.


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      12-09-2008 12:28 PM #26
      Quote, originally posted by 2.0lover »
      still trying to find out the difference between the regular ones and the undercut ones. unless i'm missing something.. i can't find any difference in the descriptions..

      http://www.mjmautohaus.com/cat...=2622

      and

      http://www.mjmautohaus.com/cat...=2211

      waiting to clear this up before i place my order. thanks.

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      12-10-2008 07:17 PM #27
      DOING A FULL ENGINE REBUILD ON YOUR VR6? FULL ARP STUD AND BOLT KITS - $374.95!



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      12-19-2008 09:40 AM #28
      Quote, originally posted by MJM Autohaus »

      On the 204-4705 kits, these are the cars that we've personally done them with:

      * 1975-1984 Rabbit
      * 1995-2002 Cabrio
      * 1980-1993 Cabriolet
      * 1985-4/1995 Golf 8V
      * 1980-4/1995 Jetta 8V
      * 1975-1988 Scirocco 8V
      * 1990-1991 Corrado G60
      * 1995-4/1995 Passat 2.0L 8V

      We've yet to do them on a MK4 2.0L. The OEM AEG, AVH, AZG, and BBW bolts are all the same, though.

      Yeah, if the etka part number for the head bolt is the same, the ARP hardware will switch from one to the other.

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      12-23-2008 01:48 PM #29
      I need to order some ARP hardware for the indestructible fighting robot that I am building. I was wondering if you could help me out?

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      12-25-2008 03:38 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by lowbudget »
      I need to order some ARP hardware for the indestructible fighting robot that I am building. I was wondering if you could help me out?

      Only if it cage fights.


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      12-26-2008 09:02 PM #31
      Looking for ARP headstuds for a MK4 2.0L AEG.

      Techtonics has them so I know they exist.

      http://techtonicstuning.com/sh...3.099


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      Modified by SomeMacGuy at 2:02 PM 1-2-2009

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      01-03-2009 06:22 PM #33
      Quote, originally posted by SomeMacGuy »
      Looking for ARP headstuds for a MK4 2.0L AEG.

      Techtonics has them so I know they exist. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vwvortex.com/zeroforum_graphics/biggrinsanta.gif" BORDER="0">

      http://techtonicstuning.com/sh...3.099

      IM responded to.


    34. 01-23-2009 09:30 AM #34
      ARP will (hopefully) be keeping boosted jh from coming apart like an angry teenage girl, thx

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      01-24-2009 01:28 AM #35
      Quote, originally posted by Golfisnotasport »
      ARP will (hopefully) be keeping boosted jh from coming apart like an angry teenage girl, thx

      ARP is good stuff. Their hardware has been known to cure disease and end world hunger.


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