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Nismo Intake Manifold Gasket NLA
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I went to order the DCOE style intake/exhaust gasket 99996-H1150C and was told it's no longer available.

I've ordered 2 GX manifold gaskets from Bprojects.

This post is just a FYI.

Posted on: 3/15 3:40
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Re: Nismo Intake Manifold Gasket NLA
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Tom, The Tomei Gaskets are up to scratch also. can be a bit pricey. fleabay example.

Tomei Manifold gasket

Posted on: 3/15 3:59
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Re: Nismo Intake Manifold Gasket NLA
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Hi Tom,
I have only ever used high temperature RTV ( silicon ) and never had an issue. Just got to make sure the surfaces are true and thoroughly cleaned. Locktite 'Master Gasket' is also good on the inlet manifold.
Cheers
Dave

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Hi Tom,
I have only ever used high temperature RTV ( silicon ) and never had an issue. Just got to make sure the surfaces are true and thoroughly cleaned. Locktite 'Master Gasket' is also good on the inlet manifold.
Cheers
Dave

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Dave what I'd done for several years was take the standard oval port gasket and carve the intake using a dremel.

Posted on: 3/16 0:48
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