Mr Gasket 5967 Header Gaskets, GM Gen V LT1/LT4
L83 Chevy LT V8, L86 Chevy LT V8, LT1 Chevy LT V8, LT4 Chevy LT V8, Ultra-Seal Gasket Material
Manufactured from high-temperature steel core/graphite faced exhaust material.
Expanded steel core provides stability and maximum torque retention to eliminate gasket failure.
Graphite facing provides excellent heat resistance and thermal conductivity to transfer heat away from the cylinder head.
Conforms to and seals minor surface irregularities. High recovery material allows header or manifold flange to stay sealed if flange loses clamp-load.
Can be trimmed if necessary for modified port applications.
For OE replacement, high performance street, drag race and oval track use.
Mr. Gasket, Ultra-Seal Material, Oval Port GM Gen V LT1/LT4
- Fits 2014 & up GM Gen V LT1/LT4 Engines
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Mr Gasket to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
Q & A
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