cNw / ARP Engine Mount Kit

$94.95
In stock
SKU
0800-19
Manufacturer: cNw & ARP
  • Type 3
  • Stainless steel ARP bolts, washers and 12 point nuts
  • Special alloy, ‘300 series’ ARP stainless with a tensile strength of 170,000 psi
  • Substantial extra margin of safety over Grade 8 hardware
  • Polished to a high luster
  • cNw modifies these bolts to ensure exact fit for both cradle and Iso mount
  • Available for both Pre MkIII and MkIII engines
  • If you are looking for the best possible hardware available, then this is it

Note:  One small modification is needed to install this bolt kit. A relief needs to be cut on the cases (see images) and a Dremel tool or similar can be used. This by the upper, right side of the front Iso mount.  A ball end cutter will work the best to remove just enough material so a wrench will fit over the 12 point nut so it can be held securely as the bolt gets tightened. There is a chance that you can grind a wrench down really thin so that it will slip in over the nut but the relief is most likely necessary

Manufacturer: cNw & ARP
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Simply the best possible hardware to mount your engine to the engine cradle and front Iso mount

Manufacturer: cNw & ARP
  • Type 3
  • Stainless steel ARP bolts, washers and 12 point nuts
  • Special alloy, ‘300 series’ ARP stainless with a tensile strength of 170,000 psi
  • Substantial extra margin of safety over Grade 8 hardware
  • Polished to a high luster
  • cNw modifies these bolts to ensure exact fit for both cradle and Iso mount
  • Available for both Pre MkIII and MkIII engines
  • If you are looking for the best possible hardware available, then this is it

Note:  One small modification is needed to install this bolt kit. A relief needs to be cut on the cases (see images) and a Dremel tool or similar can be used. This by the upper, right side of the front Iso mount.  A ball end cutter will work the best to remove just enough material so a wrench will fit over the 12 point nut so it can be held securely as the bolt gets tightened. There is a chance that you can grind a wrench down really thin so that it will slip in over the nut but the relief is most likely necessary

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