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    Thanks Jim!

    I just got my stock 1300 head back from Jim. The mill work looks terrific. Thanks for the fast turnaround time.

    Quick question, I have the new head gasket ready to go - do you use any copper spray, sealer or anything on the gasket, or do you just put it on dry?

    Thanks again for the great service!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatorcountry View Post
    I just got my stock 1300 head back from Jim. The mill work looks terrific. Thanks for the fast turnaround time.

    Quick question, I have the new head gasket ready to go - do you use any copper spray, sealer or anything on the gasket, or do you just put it on dry?

    Thanks again for the great service!!
    Hello Gatorcountry, What i found that works very well is take the gasket and put a very thin coat of grease on both sides.

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    Will do. BTW - I thought that I got the wrong head back. I sent you one with about 20 hours on it - so it was used in good shape. What you returned to me looks BRAND new! The quality is outstanding.

    Thanks again for all of your help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatorcountry View Post
    Will do. BTW - I thought that I got the wrong head back. I sent you one with about 20 hours on it - so it was used in good shape. What you returned to me looks BRAND new! The quality is outstanding.

    Thanks again for all of your help!!
    Thank you, Any time i can help just let me know. Jim

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    Jim has always done a great job with excellent turn around time!

    Out of curiosty what compression and squish did you shoot for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Jim has always done a great job with excellent turn around time!

    Out of curiosty what compression and squish did you shoot for?
    150psi with squish @ .050 For now, I'll stick with the stock gasket and not remove any layers.

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