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Hypermax wire ring head gasket assembly for 600 bucks, no machining required!

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Hypermax Engineering

Ah, so much less of a pain in the toot than the down time and cost of machining.

Heck, that's only double what a factory gasket costs. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif

Eliminate blown head gaskets with this assembly, and no machining of the head of block needed. Works well with programmers and in-line modules. Keeps you truck from whistling like a tea kettle. If you run over 30 Psi of boost then this is what you need!
Applications: 2003-2006 Ford F-Series pickup and Excursion with 6.0L Power Stroke diesel.
Do-it-yourself installation instructions included.

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So Ryan, for those of us that don't want to raise the cab or remove engine for studs, wouldn't one be able to raise heads and slip in these new gaskets. I'm not looking at my engine now, but it seems like one could have enough clearence to try this. If I had to ask anyone, I know you could answer this. I know I have a small problem because with the Predator I can puke a little if I'm not at operating temp. If engine is allowed to warm, I can't make it puke a drop. With that said, without the tuner, if cold and loaded heavy, it will puke a very little bit. Has done this since new and has not gotten worse or better, for that matter. Seems to me that if it was something major like a cracked head, it would have gotten worse in 50K miles. I'm almost certain that with the rocker covers removed, one person could slip in the new gasket while one held the head up. Let me know what you think before I spend the money for the gaskets or a Duramax. I can't believe I just said that!
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