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I've ran both, honestly could not feel a seat of the pants difference.
They have a 50% crush rate, 100% graphite and no re-torque neededSent from my LG-H830 using Tapatalk
No. You can call me Nate or you can call me kneedownnate, but do not call me k. Sorry to rant, but this is just lazy or trendy, and I don't need competition in either!
... WHich of course I didn't check so now I get to pull the head off again. 3rd times the charm they say though!
...... though I am going to swap from the crap-tastic weber carb to a 22r carb. Hopefully the carb change will not affect anything, which it shouldn't being they're within 1 cfm of each other.
... but My lce header was again all top end power...
I haven't torqued my header since i installed it 2 years ago, and there's no sign of needing to. I did however use high temp thread locker on the studs and nuts.. If you go with remflex, there's no gasket sealer needed. These gaskets simply mold themselves into all the crevices on the head and header. I like your idea of a lock washer, nut and jam nut. If i ever have to replace these, I'll probably go that route.About not torquing the header since install: I've checked it with a torque wrench about a week after, then a month.. but every time, no spinning, just clicking.$0.02Sent from my LG-H830 using Tapatalk
Ok I'll quit preachin haha...But the second you hold a remflex sample in one hand, and the gasket included with the header in the other... I dunno, ENGNBLDR recommended it when i was at his shop, so there's another advocate.Ok I'll keep quiet about it now hahaSent from my LG-H830 using Tapatalk
I haven't torqued my header since i installed it 2 years ago, and there's no sign of needing to
Does this get a gasket or some type of sealer?I believe this is an oil pressure sensor near the oil filter.I don't see any gaskets in my "Master Kit" that will fit this sensor? Any help will be appreciated.Gnarls.
I would imagine either an o-ring or metal gasket/washer.
Hi SqWADoosh,Thanks for your input.Yeah... I was thinking a copper ring gasket, but I don't have anything in my kit that will fit. If it's an oil pressure sensor I would think there needs to be a very tight fit.MY LESSON... is that when I was removing all these sensors and plugs, I should have documented if they had gaskets and what kind, AND photographed or video recorded these parts on the engine!! I screwed up on that!Gnarls.
Gnarly, that's your knock sensor. OPS should be below the oil filter mount and it's more of a spade terminal
I have a 22re sitting in the garage, just took a look. I can confirm there is no o ring or metal gasket. IIRC I just used some liquid thread sealant
After looking at this: http://www.lceperformance.com/22RE-3VZ-OE-Oil-Pressure-Gauge-Sender-1985-1992-SR-p/1067005.htmI don't think it does get any kind of seal/gasket. If it did then they would include it with the gauge just like they do everything else. I also couldn't find anything with a quick google search.I did find this thread: http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=91179.0 BigMike would have mentioned the possibility of a bad o-ring/gasket when troubleshooting for the guy if there was one. You'll notice he did not.
I run a mix of both clamps. All I'll say is with the screw type make sure to tighten them down after installing everything! That way if you can't get to it now you can fix it.
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