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MS93334 gasket set

I know this has probably been talked to death, but the Fel-Pro intake gasket set doesn't match the actual gasket itself? Then number on the intake gasket is 90361 but that is referring to the ms93334 gasket correct?

That's the one I plan on using on Tom Moss' advice I've seen from other threads. Thanks.

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I've done a ton of research on this topic. I have in my (to order) list, Mr. Gasket 4681G for intake gaskets.
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They're closer to a 1250 size than the ms93334?

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What size opening are you looking for, stock?
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I had that number you wrote down scribbled in my notebook I just noticed as well.
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Ahhh, I see. that's the stock replacement gasket set. Yes, that's supposed to be the one to get.


That other number you posted comes up with this. Fel Pro MS-90361 Fel-Pro OEM Replacement Intake Gaskets


MS93334 this. Fel Pro MS93334
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Thanks for all the digging. The "stock" thing is kind of a joke, that's not what's going on the car, just what's on it now.

About the numbers, that was exactly the clarification I needed. The 93334 kit uses that 90361 gasket. It's a little small for my liking but like others, I don't want to trim a metal core gasket.

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The MS93334 intake gasket set is great quality.

Steel core gaskets,silicone rubber end seals that don't leak a drop since 2007.
I just retorqued the lower intake once after running it hot a few times.
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the 93334 kit 90361 intake gasket runner opening is 1.15" x 1.95" - pretty close to the 1.20" x 2.00" 1250 size.

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Thanks TMoss, I have one of your intakes; it's the one that has a little more out of the roof than most others for a 1250. Just wanted to get a gasket that didn't block that.

I'm impressed with the quality of the 93334 (90361), just wish there was a good 1250 equivalent with locating tabs and EGR provisions.

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1250S3?
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1250S3?
better quality than the non-S gasket, but not in the league with the 90361

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I don't think it has locating tabs or provision for the EGR. Not 100% sure though.

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I have this gasket, and it is smaller than the intake ports on my AFR185 heads. Can I just trim them a bit? Each port is a little larger on the tranny side of the gasket.

Also, does top and front mounting matter on these gaskets? The seem to fit the same in any orientation.

Dry mount or thin RTV?
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