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Old 04-23-2010, 10:16 AM
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intake manifold gasket?

hey guys,i can't seem to find a intake gasket for my 1987 5.7L/350 sbc.I need a gasket with provisions for egr,everything i looked at does not have cut-outs for egr.Anyone have a suggestion on which gasket set i need.I just got an edelbrock performer intake and the gasket that they suggest(part# GM 10159409 is for tbi i have a quadrajet).thanks in advance joe.

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The EGR is fed by the heat riser passage in the heads, so this gasket should be the one you need since it`s open.
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Old 04-23-2010, 01:22 PM
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i have that gasket and the ports are blocked.
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I use a very simple solution. Fel Pro gaskets have the embossment for the EGR but no holes. Simply drill the holes with a 7/16 drill bit. Works everytime
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now that sounds like a plan,thanks bob.
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