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SCE TITAN HEADGASKETS

Post  mustang557 on March 25th 2013, 6:03 am

I HAVE A A-460 BLOCK AND A-460 HEADS, 10 BOLT DESIGN, AND PURCHASED SCE TITAN HEADGASKETS
BECAUSE MY BLOCK IS O-RINGED. BOTH OF THE HEAD GASKETS WERE STAMPED HEAD SIDE IN THE SAME
PLACE WHICH WOULD BLOCK THE LONG COOLANT PASSAGE ON THE LEFT SIDE ( CYLS. 5-Cool. IF YOU FLIP
IT OVER SOME OF THE SMALL HOLES ARE BLOCKED. HAS ANYONE RUN INTO THIS, OR SHOULD THERE BE A RIGHT AND LEFT HEADGASKET? ALSO SHOULD THE HEAD STUDS HAVE THREAD SEAL?

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Re: SCE TITAN HEADGASKETS

Post  cool40 on March 25th 2013, 1:58 pm

Call them and ask.also ask what to use to keep them from leaking.i used sce and clark but both leaked water into the cyl.mine was 10 bolt stock block with A heads.
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Re: SCE TITAN HEADGASKETS

Post  Larry T on March 25th 2013, 7:56 pm

the only way i have found to get these type of gaskets not to leak is put a thin coat of rtv sealer on both sides.after the heads have been lifted from a bad tune nos etc water will leak in to the cylinders or push water in to the overflow tank.once the cylinder preshure gets passed the oring in the block the gaskets are done.i have used the moroso ceramic seal with no luck and it maked a damn mess all over your motor!
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Post  blown473 on March 25th 2013, 10:07 pm

Head bolt holes are blind, so no sealer. For proper torque use ARP lube, or 30wt oil on threads. I've use the SEC Titan gaskets, as for the water holes, match the block and heads, if both are open and the gasket is not then drill a small hole in the gasket. Some holes in the block maybe against a solid part of the head, so no hole is needed. Do re-torque your copper head gaskets.

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