ARP advertises their studs as 1/2" longer than stock and 1" longer than stock. If you're putting a 1" (25mm) spacer on, you need studs that are 1" longer.3-1/2 " studs? how thick is your spacers? I am getting 3" for the 50mm Spacers up front on the hub. Think that is too short?
Thanks JAJ. That makes perfect sense. Just need to find the parts number for the correct APR studs.ARP advertises their studs as 1/2" longer than stock and 1" longer than stock. If you're putting a 1" (25mm) spacer on, you need studs that are 1" longer.
I started in Yamaha heavy in 94 then TaG then started the stock Honda class at our track. Then started road racing shifters around the country.You want the 7733's for the front and 7732's for the rear.
I raced KT100 karts back in the 90's. I raced against Joey Hand and he was a lot faster than me.
Yes Motorsport Tech is where I ordered mine. Be careful using spacers with studs in them. They might be fine for cars and coffee but not for serious track us.
Rick. How is ur spacer holding up on track? I ordered a new set of wheel that requires to run 25mm spacer upfront. I am hearing mix stories of using spacers on track.
The reason I am concerning is that one of my friends (he had engineer background) suggested me skipping spacers if I push the car hard on track.Just fine. When used properly there are no issues. Most of the Ford Mustang race cars use spacers up front.