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Old 02-26-2013, 02:44 AM
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I found a gasket and donut that worked and isn't leaking.

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Old 11-15-2013, 02:31 PM
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I just received my new green header and it looks awesome. I feel like I read somewhere on one of the two threads where copper RTV should be applied to the header-side of the gasket attached to the head. Has anyone else done this or read it?
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Old 11-15-2013, 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by TotalChaos View Post
I just received my new green header and it looks awesome. I feel like I read somewhere on one of the two threads where copper RTV should be applied to the header-side of the gasket attached to the head. Has anyone else done this or read it?
You CAN do that if you'd like. It will help promote a good seal, however you will be fine with just the factory gasket as well.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:52 AM
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Yes it will. Use some RTV to hold it onto place of the neck on the new header.
Stupid question but what type of RTV? I'm trying to install this weekend with an OEM gasket. I test fitted the OEM s-pipe gasket and there is movement. Seems to be a few millimeters too big.
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Originally Posted by TotalChaos View Post
Stupid question but what type of RTV? I'm trying to install this weekend with an OEM gasket. I test fitted the OEM s-pipe gasket and there is movement. Seems to be a few millimeters too big.
TC1 or TC2?
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Old 12-03-2013, 01:46 PM
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tC1. I assume it will be the copper RTV. It's the little things I am not sure about sometimes!
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Originally Posted by TotalChaos View Post
tC1. I assume it will be the copper RTV. It's the little things I am not sure about sometimes!
That should do the trick no problem sir
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I was attempting to change my header today but ran into a few very minor issues. Does anybody now what size socket to use for the O2 sensor? It seems to be nearly 1" wide. Also, how did everyone get to the bolt on the bottom left near the alternator? I have a plan and it probably will work but wanted to see how others handled it. Thanks for the input.
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should be a 15/16, so yea close to 1 inch wide for the O2 sensor. It's been a while since I've messed with the header so I couldn't tell ya about the bottom bolt.
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Originally Posted by TotalChaos View Post
I was attempting to change my header today but ran into a few very minor issues. Does anybody now what size socket to use for the O2 sensor? It seems to be nearly 1" wide. Also, how did everyone get to the bolt on the bottom left near the alternator? I have a plan and it probably will work but wanted to see how others handled it. Thanks for the input.
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should be a 15/16, so yea close to 1 inch wide for the O2 sensor. It's been a while since I've messed with the header so I couldn't tell ya about the bottom bolt.
There is a special O2 socket you would need to use.

That bottom left bolt can be gotten with a self-ratcheting box wrench.
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These in currently in stock and ready to ship. Anybody interested in a sale again on these?
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I sure would.. how much and how many people are needed?
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Old 01-13-2014, 08:08 PM
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Originally Posted by GrnBrownies View Post
I sure would.. how much and how many people are needed?
We just decided to run with it...Here it is.

http://www.dezod.com/pd_dezod_motorsports_4-1.cfm
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Old 01-14-2014, 01:29 AM
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So just an 15/16 O2 socket. I can grab one from Harbor Freight more than likely. Last piece of the puzzle solved. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by TotalChaos View Post
So just an 15/16 O2 socket. I can grab one from Harbor Freight more than likely. Last piece of the puzzle solved. Thanks.
Awesome. Get to it!
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Old 11-04-2014, 09:55 PM
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Don't hesitate! Get one. I had mine for about a year now and the car performs great. Only problem is in Califonia it is still considered illegal, so I have to swap it out when I get my smog.
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Might jump one of these once t get the batteries for my Tc
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I want one for my tc 2. But damn California smog laws anyone know if the fatted headers would require any modifications or is it a oem fit ?
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Originally Posted by stayintrucha View Post
I want one for my tc 2. But damn California smog laws anyone know if the fatted headers would require any modifications or is it a oem fit ?
Should fit direct to oem standards, at least mine did for the Gen1 tC. Installelled real quick at home. Have to get new nuts for the spring bolts since the header does not have them like the oem header.
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Old 11-12-2014, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by stayintrucha View Post
I want one for my tc 2. But damn California smog laws anyone know if the fatted headers would require any modifications or is it a oem fit ?
The headers are OE fitment.
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