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    Question Torque question for Intake manifold on '99 SLX

    Couldn't find a book on my model and had to get one similar.

    I'm trying to find the torque for the intake manifold. I have the sequence, just not the proper rating as my book lists:
    780 models 78 in. pounds, all others 108 in. pounds.

    Which should I use?


    Also, I don't recall seeing gaskets where the manifold bolts up. Don't see it listed in the microfiche either. Should there be or doesn't require them?

    Thank you.
    Peter


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    I have a 99 book,it says 108in.lbs with 242 or 243 loctite.
    The factory reeds have a rubber seal moulded into the reeds.
    I think all after market reed plates(complete reed assemblies,not just after market reed petals) use gaskets on both sides of the mounting surface.

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    Awesome. Thanks a lot for the help!!

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