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Smitty2u

Is there a difference between RB25 NEO Gasket Kits

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14 minutes ago, GTSBoy said:

Depends on what gaskets you're talking about. Inlet manifold gasket, for example, probably different.

Basically the whole kit, mainly the head gasket, intake and exhaust manifolds.

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Well, think about what you know that IS different between the engines (ie, the tiny tiny inlet ports) and what is not different (ie, the bore diameter and spacing!) and....

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59 minutes ago, GTSBoy said:

Well, think about what you know that IS different between the engines (ie, the tiny tiny inlet ports) and what is not different (ie, the bore diameter and spacing!) and....

 Cool, since I'm using a FIM, it would seem that all gaskets I need should be usuable from the DET kit.

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7 minutes ago, Ben C34 said:

What's a FIM?

Sorry, front intake, I should've stated a front facing manifold.

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That logic doesn't really follow. The ports on the NA head are small. At least big holes in the gasket to suit the torque killer manifold that you're using won't get in the way.

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18 hours ago, Smitty2u said:

anyone confirm that I can use a DET NEO kit for a DE NEO

Yes, the inlet gasket supplied suits both engines, all else the same. You are overthinking this. But as GTSBoy said that FFP will make your N/A perform like a pig.

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