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Old 05-29-2007, 07:52 PM   #1
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anyone know where to get that gasket between the wastegate and the downpipe. i tried one of those diy's......yea, wont tried that again.
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no gasket = no failure
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wouldnt that damage something?
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ok, took out the gasket, put in new bolts and gasket...still leaks just not as bad now...any suggestions where to get that gasket
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if u don't use a gasket...make sure that your surfaces are perfectly flat.
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http://www.3sx.com/store/comersus_vi...dProduct=24128

Bottom Left: Turbo-to-O2Housing/Precat - TT/VR4 - GASKET-8537

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just got that gasket in.....yea, doesn't fit.....any other suggestions other than metal on metal, cause it was leaking that way
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jgs tools sells a gasket maker for high temp stove tops.
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Old 06-07-2007, 10:23 AM   #9
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i originally used one of those gasket makers from o'reily and it sucked ***. it was basically cardboard and disintegrated after a week.
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no gasket = no failure
I agree. Did it even come with one? I know mine didn't. Been running 3 years no gasket , no problems. Just make sure the bolts are tight.
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hey sbrocchi i received your pm i couldnt reply lack of post if you could email me i can send you my info

paypal address is [email protected] let me know your address thank you

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I didnt know this was a for sale ad. All those extra gaskets he has he is selling? Or is supra selling injectors...Hm....
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