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Cool Intake Manifold Gasket

I am in process of putting intake manifold back on block on a 70 911T with Zenith Carbs.

I can't find information about using gasket sealer for the gaskets (intake manifold to head and carburetor to intake manifold).

Previous owner used sealer on both ??.

Any thoughts ?

Based on prior experience I am inclined to install both sets of gaskets dry on cleaned surfaces.

Jon
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The sealer that I use for that gasket is a marine type. Is use for outboard marine engines. I dont remember right now the name. Looks like Shellac but not are the same. Is better. The small white can with blue letters says: gasket maker. The color is like dark purple. I found it at Pep Boys.
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Green gaskets should be used dry.
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