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    Installing block off plate for stock I/C

    The Riva instuctions say to slap on some grease. What is the best thing to do. Should I seal it with RTV or just use the grease? Thanks

    Peter


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    I had a very small leak with the Block off, so I did as Jerry said and seal it with some silicone. I think it is good ins. so you don't have to worry about a boost leak.

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    I dumped RTV gasket silicone all over mine. Now I'm going to have to remove it to tap it for a boost gauge
    That's going to be a BEOOOTCH

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    Does anyone know the size of the nut on the outside of the hull for the VTS?

    Thanks

    Peter

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