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Old 04-15-2015, 01:29 PM   #1
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I am installing my new downpipe. So i removed the old one and two studs came out of the turbo…. so my question is whats the best way to move forward??
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put the studs back in?
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put the studs back in?
Ok and just reuse the hardware do i need any thread lock
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me personally, from the lowly 3800 world, i would reuse all of the things and use thread lock yes.

i would also find out specific torque specs for your application so you don't break off the stud and have a bigger problem.

(not that i ever broke off an exhaust manifold bolt in the head of my car or anything )
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me personally, from the lowly 3800 world, i would reuse all of the things and use thread lock yes.

i would also find out specific torque specs for your application so you don't break off the stud and have a bigger problem.

(not that i ever broke off an exhaust manifold bolt in the head of my car or anything )
Thats what i figured just want to be sure. will the blue be sufficient
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Blue is fine. I only use red for internal engine parts that move or super-critical items that, if dislodged, would cause catastrophic failure. I take no chances with that!
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SWEET!! thanks guys!!!! much appreciated
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