ok, I have a question that even the best around town can't give an honest opinion on. I recently bought the mopar windage tray for what I will call project 001. The car is currently equipped with arp bedplate studs. the windage tray comes with 4 "special" bedplate bolts with receving heads for the bolts that actually hold the tray to the engine assembly. so my question is installing this tray would mean removing half of the bedplate studs (one per bearing journal, zig zaging across) and replacing them with bolts. would doing this have adverse affects on the clamping force on the bedplate, and advertently damage my main bearings, or would I have to torque the bolts a little more than normal because there is a stud on the opposite side, or would I have to use ALL standard beadplate bolts and get rid of the studs, or is this idea not recommended at all for some reason.