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Fixing up pipes

I have my tranny out to put a new clutch in and noticed some black soot on the up pipes. Now I know I should go with bellowed up pipes but that is not in the checkbook right now.

So I am wondering how well replacing the donut gaskets will fix the small leak. Anyone done this, instead of the bellowed up pipes?

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If you can swing it, there is a user on here selling some bellowed up pipes for $220. I wish they were for sale when I did mine.



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it should fix it. but sometimes they never reseal like new. there is some felpro gaskets that are better. i cant remember what website sells them at the moment.
good luck getting everthing to come apart. your gonna needs lots of penetrating oil and lots of time to let it sit, possibly days.

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Any links? or part numbers?...I am interested in this as well.

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7.3 bellowed up pipes in the forsale/trade performance parts thread

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it should fix it. but sometimes they never reseal like new. there is some felpro gaskets that are better. i cant remember what website sells them at the moment.
good luck getting everthing to come apart. your gonna needs lots of penetrating oil and lots of time to let it sit, possibly days.
I sprayed some wd40 on last night and they all broke loose pretty easy. Felpro 8194 is the part number I found. I'm gonna see if the local Napa can get them.

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http://www.amazon.com/Fel-Pro-8194-Gasket/dp/B000C2AER0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375928648&sr=8-1&keywords=felpro+8194
Too bad there is only one left from Amazon....

I see ebay has tons of them though...

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you are one lucky son of a gun they all came loose. man i need some of your luck

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you are one lucky son of a gun they all came loose. man i need some of your luck
X1000. Lol I had to sawzall mine off.

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you are one lucky son of a gun they all came loose. man i need some of your luck
Well one of the top bolts on the y collector required me to take the y pipe off of the turbo. Only took about half an hour with some wd40 and a screw driver to pry off that flange clamp.

I definitely don't want to do this again so I am just gonna get the bellowed up pipes. Found them for 315 on eBay.

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