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Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore

Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore

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Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
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Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
Cometic H2256SP2027S 2003-2005 Yamaha R6 Head Gasket, Stock Bore
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Cometic MLS Gaskets provide maximum sealing performance for today’s high output engines and require no sealants. They are comprised of multiple layers of stainless steel to increase strength, ability to rebound, and resistance to corrosion.

  • Ideal for aluminum heads to aluminum blocks
  • 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
  • .027" Thick

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