HDon't be mislead by the picture, but it's imperative that the header (and intake) gaskets do not hang in the way of the flow. If you don'eader Gasket


Don't be mislead by the picture, but it's imperative that the header (and intake) gaskets do not hang in the way of the flow. If you don't trim the gaskets, you're potentially sacrificing any possible gains from porting. We trim the gaskets to be approximately .050" larger all the way around the port. This gasket is situated ahead of the flange on the studs, producing the illusion that the openings are much larger than the ports.

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