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Speedway 1957-85 Chevy 283-350 Complete Gasket Set

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Bore Size:
4.00
Speedway 1957-85 Chevy 283-350 Complete Gasket Set

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  • This item is sold as a set.

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Speedway Chevy gaskets are for 2-piece rear main blocks. Oil pan gasket can be used with either RH or LH dipsticks and includes both thin and thick seals. Valve cover gaskets are 5/16" rubberized cork suitable for racing.

  • Suitable for engines up to 600 h.p. 
  • Intake Gasket: 1205 style, 1.28" x 2.09"

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1957-85 w/ 4.00" Bore

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4 questions : 5 answers

1 answers

will these work with a .060 over 350

slim10
February 13, 2015

will these work with a .060 over 350

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February 13, 2015
Tech
Yes they will be fine with a .060" over engine
2 answers

Do these headgaskets need to be retorqued after first warm up?

Rickkard
Minnesota
August 29, 2014

Do these headgaskets need to be retorqued after first warm up?

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October 22, 2014
1914ford
Yes re torque
September 02, 2014
EricM
No the head gaskets do not require a re-torque.
1 answers

What is the compressed thickness of the head gaskets?

pepe714
March 15, 2013

What is the compressed thickness of the head gaskets?

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March 15, 2013
Jason
The compressed thickness of the head gasket is .051" on the super seal gasket set.
1 answers

Which way do you install the head gasket their not marked

Biscuit
Las Vegas
July 03, 2015

Which way do you install the head gasket their not marked

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July 03, 2015
Eric
Expert
The metal fire ring on the gasket will be flat on one side and the edges formed around with a gap between them (you can see gasket material between the fire ring). The flat side goes toward the engine block and the side that has the gap with gasket material between goes toward the cylinder head.
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