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04-01-2008 05:45 PM
75gmck25 Did you get installation directions with the manifold? The Edelbrock instructions (they are online) tell you to not use the end gaskets, and seal with a bead of RTV instead.

They also tell you which main gaskets to use, and a couple types/brands to avoid. The suggested gasket is a little thicker, and has a silicone bead around the water jackets.

04-01-2008 03:15 PM
Originally Posted by darom
Yes, I always use the gasket maker (Permatex Black RTV). It seals well and never gives me issues later.

Thanks, Just wanted to be sure about it.
04-01-2008 07:38 AM
darom Yes, I always use the gasket maker (Permatex Black RTV). It seals well and never gives me issues later.
04-01-2008 04:54 AM
Performer eps manifold....

... The manifold I have , but have no gaskets, Looked up the manifold and the gasket suggested has just 2 peices, None for the front back end of the manifold, I guesss just seal that up with gasket sealer??

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