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Supercharger Gasket Material?

Hey everyone,

I am doing a custom supercharger setup on my 383 Chevy and was wondering about gasket materials for the supercharger to intake manifold. Would something like this intake gasket be ok? Or will I need to go with something more exotic? Im looking at 10-14 lbs of boost.

http://www.mr-gasket.com/ProductDeta...minselection=4


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Blower gasket

I would just go online to Dragparts.com and buy a base gasket. The're dirt cheap and it will save you the hassle.
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Like I said, its a custom supercharger install. They don't make gaskets for what I made in my Garaged.
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Do you have any pics? What kind of gaps are you trying to fill? Could you o-ring it?

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Like I said, its a custom supercharger install. They don't make gaskets for what I made in my Garaged.
My bad I wasn't paying attention, the base gaskets are just regular style gasket material so the Mr.Gasket material you posted should work fine.
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