- May 14, 2016
On some kit manuals tutorials steps, they show installing a muffler gasket...between the muffler and the engine. Others do not. Is it necessary ??
If you use a good gasket that is made for the job this will not happen. What do you make your gaskets out of?I would definitely use a gasket. Buy one or make one. Every time I remove my muffler I have to replace the gasket because they get baked on and pretty much fall apart. I'm left then with scraping the sh*t off the port and the muffler. What a pain in the ass!
These are the ones I've been usin other than the ones that came with the kit. http://www.ebay.com/itm/231805051225?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:ITIf you use a good gasket that is made for the job this will not happen. What do you make your gaskets out of?
I hope so lol. I'm gonna be removing it here soon because I have a tiny leak. Not enough to drip but when I run my finger under the gasket there's some residue. So we'll see what kind of condition it's in when I remove it. It looks fine from what I can see though.Is the one you made, made out of something that will with stand high heat?