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Old 01-24-2010, 11:43 AM
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Cool Figuring head gasket compressed thickness

Machined my late model EFI for .041 quench with 1018s, but have a set of HS8558pt10 on the shelf here. The 8558pt1 may be cool but have no idea what the compressed thicknes is, and even Fel Pro has no compressed thickness. Any info would be appeciated. There is probably a formula to figure at least an approximate thickness that the gasket will go to....

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