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Originally Posted by DonE View Post
. With proper head stud torque, the seal should be good. If they do develop a leak, don't sweat it unless you're super anal. If you are, then dropping the motor for a top end rebuild is in your cards...
Not that I'm too anal, but the leak is too much to drive with for my taste.

I cleaned the engine and started the engine for a minute, and it started to drip right away.

This is the gasket that I have been using. Looks like they are sort of teflon on, but might be copper underneath.

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