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Default Arp main studs vs balance assembly

While assembling my engine with arp main studs I noticed that the studs hit on balance assembly, has anyone else run into this? I cannot mesh the gears from the crank to the balance assembly because of this, was not planning on doing a delete kit but if that's the only way to use the arp studs then that's what's gonna have to happen, got a bunch of money tied up in arp stuff so I'd like to use the studs both for the mains and the head.
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Believe others have had to cut down the arps.
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Engine builder had mine cut down, i don't have the specs they were cut down to though.
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Engine builder had mine cut down, i don't have the specs they were cut down to though.
Shaneski, when you got your head ported and polished, did you get the exhaust side ported and polished too or just the intake side?
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BSD and get rid of 18 lbs.

Or cut the ARPs or use OEM mains.

I had my crank bore realigned since the ARPs have a higher torque than OEM.
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