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Old 02-08-2006, 05:19 PM   #11
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ACTUALLY.....the Series II ones have the gasket moulded into a plastic....the pic posted is for a Series I...that Series II gasket is also Blue (GM part that is)
It is not molded in the plastic. AND, when I replaced mine, it was orange.

What he has posted is correct.
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ACTUALLY.....the Series II ones have the gasket moulded into a plastic....the pic posted is for a Series I...that Series II gasket is also Blue (GM part that is)
That sounds like the one for my 93 (molded into a plastic, blue).
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ACTUALLY.....the Series II ones have the gasket moulded into a plastic....the pic posted is for a Series I...that Series II gasket is also Blue (GM part that is)
It is not molded in the plastic. AND, when I replaced mine, it was orange.

What he has posted is correct.
well Vital ....i have a Brand new GM Series II and a Brand New GM Series I sitting right here, looking at them both

Could it be that you didnt use a GM part therefore it was a different color...please dont discount the accuracy of my post...as i have them in my hands right now
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Got a part number? I know there'* no way I'll remember to look this up when I get home...

(Yup. I gots the magic book, too!)
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Series one NA....17113264, that is what is on the package

and i dont have the packaging for the Series II... but i show 24505049 as the correct number for it
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John..I did one only 2 weeks ago..have seen plenty. The picture you posted is right.
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pat you are wrong.

That is a series II TB gasket.

edit: and whoever said it was upside down is correct also.
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ok that is fine....WTH is the Plastic and Blue Series II gasket for then???
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John...Advance site..
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With that exact pic you have. Trust me.. it'* right. I've seen 2-4 of them.

GM might be blue, but everyone I've ever seen was orange like da fruit!

I pulled the gasket out...but here'* an S2 intake..still on the car
(see what I mean about upside down)
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John you have the right gasket...

GM has used Orange and in the later years as Graphite colored gasket

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