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My Original numbers matching B18B1 had the two-stud setup and my first B18B JDM swap had it as well, my second swap to another B18B has the 7 studs. I get the feeling that the female end of those studs is the exact same thread pitch as the bolts on other setups and it may just be a difference of what factory the motor was made in or a changing in the production line, half-way through some year.
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Checking in the 94 vs 98 manuals, both have the image shown earlier in that illustration, but in the 94 on page 6-76 the picture for installing the exhaust manual shows studs, while in the 98 the same image (page 6-79) shows only the outer two studs. Could be whoever assembled the content for the manuals never noticed the change.
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My original motor had two studs and then the rest were bolts, but my JDM had all studs. After looking at the Helms manual coupled with the ITR_Euro spec sheet and service manula, I think the difference is that the way they were assembled here in the US. Take a look at the motor I'm building right now. The head is a PR3-2 with a complete stud kit on it. Frankly, I think it's better for mounting the exhaust. It would have been more helpful had they incorporated a "<--Front" arrow or something in the drawings/manuals.

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