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M1Manny
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From: Canton, Ohio USA
Registered: Nov 2006

posted 11-04-2006 09:06 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for M1Manny        Reply w/Quote
I just read Dan Jones Cleveland Tips... Great!
Can some cleveland builder expand on the
placement of intake gaskets (if needed) when using
the valley pan. I'm using a F351 edel 4V.
Do I need additional port gaskets, or just the valley pan? I ran all
summer with RTV and just the turkey pan and front and rear rubber and it just blew out in front recently after 1000 miles. Port Gaskets go
on the heads first? Or the Pan first? Do I even need them? Whats the most idiot proof
gasket cement for the front and rear intake
seals. Thank for your help!

SteveLaRiviere
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From: Saco, Maine
Registered: May 99

posted 11-04-2006 08:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SteveLaRiviere        Reply w/Quote
I currently think the best plan is to take a turkey pan gasket, cut off the port and rail sections and use it as a lifter valley heat/splash shield, then use a pair of good quality intake gaskets such as FelPro and use gasket makers for the front and back.

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Moneymaker
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From: Lyons, IL, USA
Registered: May 99

posted 11-09-2006 08:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moneymaker        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by SteveLaRiviere:
I currently think the best plan is to take a turkey pan gasket, cut off the port and rail sections and use it as a lifter valley heat/splash shield, then use a pair of good quality intake gaskets such as FelPro and use gasket makers for the front and back.



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