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Cometic C8710 2006-2010 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket
Cometic C8710 2006-2010 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket

Cometic C8710 2006-2010 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket

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  • 68mm Bore
  • Provide maximum sealing performance for today’s high output engines and require no sealants
  • Ideal for aluminum heads to aluminum blocks and aluminum heads to cast iron blocks withstanding the shearing force created by the two materials
  • No need to re-torque, the embossing design of the MLS gasket promotes an even clamp load across the sealing surface allowing for measurable reduced bore distortion. Cometic MLS Gaskets are comprised of multiple layers of
    Stainless steel due to it’s increased strength, ability to rebound and resistance to corrosion
  • Fits 2006-Present Models
  • .027" Thick

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