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Old 10-21-2007, 03:21 AM
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so tonight while working i realized i have a slight exhaust leak its mostlikely a gasket or a bolt not in all the way cause i goes away in 2nd at like 4500 rpms soooooo where do i get gaskets for an aftermarket exhaust dc sports to be more exact
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Old 10-21-2007, 01:29 PM
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Good question.I still have my stock exhaust manifold. I'm not sure but maybe a OEM gasket would work? I'd say check tightness on the manifold bolts. Sometimes when you replace something and tighten due to vibration bolts have a thing for backing out. I always give it a week or two then I go back and tighten the bolts that I messed with. You might be able to tighten it out.
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yeah the packaging and instuction say that also
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if that fails pick up some liquid gasket maker at autozone... napa.. any of those and take the header off, put it around the perimeter of the gasket and put it back on, if that doesnt solve it try the downpipe gasket, or the one on the cat
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k sweet thanks guys
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just go to a parts store and buy some Mr.Gasket gasket material for exhaust gasket, take it apart and where you have gaskets lay them out of the new material then cut them out with a razor blade, and WHAM you have new gaskets
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just go to a parts store and buy some Mr.Gasket gasket material for exhaust gasket, take it apart and where you have gaskets lay them out of the new material then cut them out with a razor blade, and WHAM you have new gaskets

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nope i found out what it was its the flex pipe gunna be 60 bucks to fix it so its all good on friday its getting done
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