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Old 09-09-2013, 12:20 PM
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I've been using Remflex header gaskets on mine. They are thick and pliable. They are designed to compress and fill in any irregularities in the head and header surfaces. And I also use the Stage 8 Stainless Locking header bolts as well. I'm running Headman Elite full-length headers on mine.
 
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Originally Posted by Encho View Post
Conanski, what did you do with the O2 sensor? did you have to relocate it?. BTW, the manual states to run several heating cycles on the headers before installing them to cure the ceramic coating and prevent crackings from the extreme temps, can this be done with a kitchen oven?.
If you have an OUTSIDE oven.......go for it. I wouldn't bake them inside!! They will stink up your house and probably make the better half a little upset!! I baked some headers inside and we thought we were going to have to move!! And my wife made me buy her a new oven!!
 
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Hahahahahhah good tip, it was an inside oven, I'm glad I asked.
 
 
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