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No, we strongly recommend for sealant to be used in all applications.
These items can be used on dead stock engines right through to dedicated race engines.
No- we supply a tube of silastic type gasket maker with the spacers/insulators.
Silicone dries in 1 hour, and fully cure in 24 hours. Your can can be driven after one hour of installation or 4-5 hours in supercharged or turbocharged applications. Allow more time in cold or very dry conditions. Please ensure you refer to instructions ...
If installed correctly they will seal perfectly well. So well that we offer a lifetime warranty on this product considering no major backfires have occurred.
You could do it with some allan keys, a socket set and screw driver & some pliers would come in handy as well. I would however recommend that get some engine degreaser and clean up the intake manifold, especially around the injectors where they sit in the...
Once all bolts are removed, the manifold can simply be taken off and will not damage the insulators. However, please ensure that the manifold insulator is not bent during removal as vigorous bending may break it. Before fitting the manifold, ensure all ma...
With the 6 and 12mm items not so much, with the 25mm item you may see small drop off in peak power depending on other mods. However in our opinion you more than make up for it with the low/mid range gains in torque/power considering it's a street ve...