Originally Posted by spinn
Im not having ring gap issues. That I know of anyways. We cut the base of the exhaust manifold and weld the T flange on. The stock cast manifolds work awesome, and welds hold fine ( been over 18 months).
How much boost are running, that might be the problem.
it depends on how much boost u run , at only a few psi stock ring gaps are perfectly fine , unless u dont have an intercooler then they could be come a problem
even if the plan is only to run a few psi i still like to open the ring gaps , because as most of us know boost is adictive and theres always the urge/itch to turn the boost up , opening the ring gap up when u first start lets u turn up the boost in the future if u so desire