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Old 10-21-2009, 10:54 PM
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where to buy thermal isolating lower plenum to intake manifold gasket?

So I put a kinetix ssv on my car a couple months ago and everyting was fine up intil friday then it starts running rough and throwing codes that point to vac leak.

I check all the hoses and nothing so I am thinking plenum to manifold gasket since I bought the ssv used and re-used the crappy cork gasket it came with.

I serach online for a thermal isolating one as long as I am replacing it might as well do it right. I find P2R racing makes a thermal manifold gasket for the vq. I order it from one of their dealers and get this:



I'm thinking wtf? intake manifold has 6 inline ports down the middle not 2 banks of 3. I get a hold of the dealer all pissed off and it turns out what they sell is the intake manifold to heads gaskets, not the lower plenum to intake manifold. Anyway he is taking it back but what i really need it this:



Anybody know where I can score a thermal one of these quickly?
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Old 10-21-2009, 11:10 PM
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I'm sure Motordyne would be willing to overnight you one of theirs...
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Old 10-22-2009, 02:16 PM
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^ +1 just PM Hydrazine for the aramid gasket that comes with the iso thermal spacer kit.
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since I am in a hurry i called the sales number on their website. No answer, no voicemail either.

That's nice
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http://motordyneengineering.com/cata...2dd6368049c6d4

took less than 30 seconds on MD website
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I have an extra one. PM if you still need it
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I have an extra one. PM if you still need it
I got a hold of them yesterday afternoon. Now I got the car all tore apart and am just sitting around waiting for fedex to show up with it.

Thanks though
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Fixed!

cork gaskets ftl
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check ebay or z1motorsports
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welcome to last week
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Hello I have same problem I did a head replace and now I have I small leak on maniful to head gasket. Wondering if I need to replace it or use the same gaskets
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