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K3nnyq3

Head removal and reinstalling rb25det

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Hi guys. 

Since I had to replace the turbo on my R34 I decided to do the exhaust manifold gasket too. But as the headgasket seems to be leaking oil a bit and the car actually got overheated long time ago(after that I noticed the first leaks), I tought I might as well do all the gaskets and take it all apart. Now I found a good tutorial on how to take the head off (http://my.prostreetonline.com/2014/11/03/how-to-change-your-rb25-headgasket/#comment-9699) but there's nothing about installing it, which is where you actually need some knowledge at. 

So I'd appreciate any tips. All the tightening torques, orders etc. Anything to look out for / make sure before I put stuff back together. I have been around cars for a bit but I have never worked on an engine to that extent so I could use any help I can get. 

Cheers. 

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Do you have the workshop manual? There's links online to download, or pm me yr email, will send u a pdf copy

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