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Old 11-04-2001, 06:38 AM   #1
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Default Head gasket for turbo B18C?????

Can anyone recomend a head gasket other than oem for a turbo B18C for 20 lbs of boost or more? Thanks

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Old 11-04-2001, 06:44 AM   #2
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (JDMkoupe)

OEM is the way togo. But if you looking for a little bit better than oem go with either HKS or full copper with oring on the block.
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Old 11-04-2001, 04:39 PM   #3
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (dc2jdmhonda)

Inline pro gaskets are simply stock gaskets with a thick copper center piece. sealing properties still same as a stock gasket.
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Old 11-04-2001, 05:26 PM   #4
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (Jared)

check out cometic gaskets. they were at SEMA...looked like some good stuff...cheap too...
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (falconGSR)

Cometic is the only way to go. 800-752-9850 Pick your thickness and pick your bore size...
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (JDMkoupe)

has anyone stacked two stock headgaskets? I have heard of it being done, I just wonder if anyone has actually run this setup for an extended period of time.
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (type autox)

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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (JDMkoupe)

stock is fine.. we use a stock gasket on our 9 sec race car.
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (ekb18c)

After seeing the price of cometic, I cant believe how much Inline pro charges. $200 is pathetic. cometic was very helpfull and looks very good. Im gonna try them out to see how they work out, but I do prefer stock OEM.

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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (Arturbo)

how much are the cometic compared to the inlinepro or fmax gaskets? Are the copper or same metal at stock?
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Default Re: Head gasket for turbo B18C????? (Slow_ass_4dr)

The cometic retails for about $80.

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