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Old June 4th, 2015, 05:08 PM
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Exhaust Gaskets?

Just got my Y pipe in from Magnaflow to replace the stock one. One thing it did not come with, the gaskets. Where can I find these locally? I know I can order from AB, but I wanted to get this on tomorrow.
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Old June 4th, 2015, 05:19 PM
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I got a set from the dealer. Not expensive and easy. Do yourself a favor and remove old y pipe before you go to the dealer. If you break a stud you won't have to make two trips.
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Old June 4th, 2015, 05:27 PM
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I got a set from the dealer. Not expensive and easy. Do yourself a favor and remove old y pipe before you go to the dealer. If you break a stud you won't have to make two trips.
I didn't want to take a chance in doing it myself with breaking a stud, so I'm going to have the local muffler shop throw it on. I didn't realize I needed 3 total gaskets, and I found a euro shop that can have them by lunch here tomorrow.
Did you have any trouble with yours doing it yourself Barry?
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Old June 4th, 2015, 05:43 PM
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Well I only removed mine because I was doing the clutch. I broke one stud I think. Pretty user we remove the right manifold to replace it so I got those gaskets too.
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Run the engine for a few till it gets warm and then shut it down and spray the studs/nuts while they are hot with HHS or PB and let it cool down. They will come right off.
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Also...is this the normal way to plug the two O2 sensors that I don't use? Came with bolts installed. My 94 only has 2 sensors so I assume this is the normal way to plug the others? Seems strange.


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