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what head gaskets please stock 5.0 60mm turbonetics

Okay guys, new head gaskets in order, motor is like new, 19,000 all stock except 42# injectors, methonal and boost retard are in the near future, what head gaskets should I run, I am also going to have a chip done for the car, I was gonna use commetic but people have said thats over kill, if the car is set up right what is the best choice??

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fel pro 9333 pt1

and a set of arp head studs will do the trick


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8548 pt2s or the 9333 pt1.. same gasket different fire ring. 8548 is tin and 9331 is alum IF I rember correctly.

I have ran both with great results!!!

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Run the 9333 pt-1's
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I looked the 9333 up on summit and I couldnt find them is this something I can get at a local auto parts store? thanks
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bob you can get them at almost every one of the big chain stores..they are usually instock at advance auto in ephrata or the auto zone..if i remember correct they are 16.99 each.


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Thanks Ken, so these where the ones you where talking about?? I was thinking you said 999, thats cool and certainly helpful on the wallet thanks again
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8548 pt2s or the 9333 pt1.. same gasket different fire ring. 8548 is tin and 9331 is alum IF I rember correctly.

I have ran both with great results!!!
9333's are a steel fire ring

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No mention of the very cheap, but good ROL gaskets.


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your right it is steel and the 8548s are tin.... I knew alum fire ring didnt sound right lol


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9333's here on a stock 72k mile motor. No problems

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+1 for 9333PT1's

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I looked the 9333 up on summit and I couldnt find them is this something I can get at a local auto parts store? thanks
Summit Racing has them :
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FEL-9333PT-1/

BUT, they are cheaper at Advance Auto Parts ( $17 )

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thanks guys motor is going back together this wk, getting to be a pro on the turbo install as it seems it been off and on about 4 times now (not because of head gaskets!) THANKS AGAIN
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