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Old 04-19-2006, 07:48 PM   #11
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I'm thick into doing my engine swap now... so I'm in a position to give some better advice.

Are you doing a rebuilt or used motor? The rebuilts usually come with some sort of installation gasket set which includes things you'll need to bolt on exh. manifolds or whatever doesn't come on the 'built motor.

I'm doing a used engine swap, so it is a lot messier... and I probably had to buy more gaskets!
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