The 3/8", 5/8", and 3/4" Hurri-Bolt rod assemblies will each easily fit within the width of a single stud. When drilling the slab, and setting the Hurri-Wedge or Epoxy anchor, you will temporarily need to fit a drill motor into the wall space. However, after setting the HW or HBE, additional studs may be placed inside the wall space. (The 1/2" Hurri-Wedge needs to have room to fit a 2"x2" Sill Plate Washer.)
From the Hurri-Bolt Installation sheet: (link) "…before the ceiling gypsum is installed and after the roofing material and drywall is loaded into the building, the top HBN should be retightened to account for settling and to preload the building using standard force with a hand wrench. Do not over-tighten the top nut deflecting the top plates or crushing the wood under top plate washer. A properly tightened rod will feel taught."
A Standard ANSI Masonry Bit is used for the Hurri-Bolt System.
Usually yes, depending on how the columns are framed. There must be a clear rod path to the slab, and the top plate washer must be able to fully engage the top plate or beam. (See detail.)
This area will usually need to be conventionally strapped as called out in the Structural Drawings. It is generally called out with diagonal hatching on the Hurri-Bolt layouts. If more elaborate strapping is required, Hurri-Bolt's Engineering Department may need to design a separate strapping detail.