How many of you have ever had headers before? Now, how many of you have had headers leak? Are most headers made just lemons, or is there another reason so many leak? To date, there might only be a few pairs of headers among the entire staff of this magazine that haven't exhibited some sort of exhaust leaking and clicking issue. And it's most often due to bolts that don't stay tight thanks to vibration and heat (expansion and contraction). We called the crew at ARP to tell them about our gripe, and they simply said, "Not to worry. The solution would be there in the mail shortly." A few days later, we got a package containing a package of 14 ARP fasteners and its Ultra Torque assembly lubricant. The Ultra Torque assembly lubricant comes out of the little tube just about as well as cement through a straw. After squeezing the heck out of it, we got just enough on every bolt before threading them into the heads.The Ultra Torque assembly lubricant comes out of the little tube just about as well as cem Since we had recently replaced our header gaskets on this Magnum V-8 5.9L engine and were actually taking preventative maintenance measures for once, we were able to change out the bolts, one at a time, without ever breaking the header away from the engine head.Since we had recently replaced our header gaskets on this Magnum V-8 5.9L engine and were To date, these headers have stayed stuck to the engine this time. Hopefully all we needed was some high-quality ARP bolts and the Ultra Torque assembly lubricant to keep these bolts tight from now on.To date, these headers have stayed stuck to the engine this time. Hopefully all we needed Sources Automotive Racing Products 1863 Eastman Ave Ventura CA 93003 800-826-3045 www.arp-bolts.com By Jerrod Jones Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!