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Where can I get exhaust studs from?

Looking for the exhaust studs which hang off the rear of the K16 turbo's

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Old 02-15-2009, 03:43 PM
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Ah, ATPTurbo have them! Cool!

Now just need to find out if they are 8mm x 1.25 pitch, or 1.5 pitch?!?
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Ah, ATPTurbo have them! Cool!

Now just need to find out if they are 8mm x 1.25 pitch, or 1.5 pitch?!?
$4 each from our host, http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/smart/more_info.cgi?pn=OEM-90008105900&catalog_description=Genuine%20Porsche%20Part%3A%20 STUD
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M10, 1.5 pitch, 42mm. I got some at Ace Hardware (if you need them quicker than from Pelican). That is, if by rear of the turbo, you mean the side that leads to the muffler.
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I found mine at Napa along with the brass/copper (not sure) nuts as well. Worked well for my K27. If the studs are smaller on your turbo then please disregard this entire post... LOL. Good luck,

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Right, good point, no idea if the K16 would be the same.
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Hmmm.. my local Porsche Parts Service Centre says they are 8 x 26mm studs.
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Are the K16 what were used in the 993 TT? I suppose I might trust Porsche in this case, or try calling Stephen at Imagine Auto (he's the one that gave me the specs for the K27 studs for my car).
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Since the torque is only 16 or 18 ft lbs, no need for a super-dupper German alloy. Just a dab of anti-seize and some copper nuts.
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Since the torque is only 16 or 18 ft lbs, no need for a super-dupper German alloy. Just a dab of anti-seize and some copper nuts.
Yea, but how nice is it when you got stainless studs/nuts -and after being cracked loose can be spun off by hand...

ARP makes a nice set for a lot of money
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Yea, but how nice is it when you got stainless studs/nuts -and after being cracked loose can be spun off by hand...

ARP makes a nice set for a lot of money
Depends on the price - might not be that nice

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