A New Kind Of Gaskets From G2 Motorsports

g2motorsports1A new kind of gasket!  Developed to withstand more power per cylinder, higher operating temperatures, and thinner head and block castings.  Ideal for both aluminum heads to cast iron blocks and aluminum heads to aluminum blocks.  Two viton coated outer embossed spring steel layers with a steel inner layer provide support to the gasket allowing multiple thicknesses.  Withstands the shearing forces created by aluminum heads on cast iron blocks.  Retains torque (once the gasket takes a torque set, torquing again is not required).  MLS gaskets are stronger, more forgiving, and capable of sealing despite extreme horizontal and vertical motion between the head and block. Different thicknesses are available. Call for other bore sizes and applications. Derek at 800-841-7827. G2 Motorsports.

1 Response to “A New Kind Of Gaskets From G2 Motorsports”

  1. 1 Grayhawk May 6th, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    Once gasket takes a torque set it does not need retorquing, does that mean you use factory torque motor specs regardless of the thickness of gasket as noted options in availibility of thickness in gaskets listed above in post and again where it is stated above once torque set/gasket impressed if you will it doesn’t need retorquing do too what ?, once impressed it holds that impression and can not be reset or ??

    When dealing with metalurgy of difference such as the example listed above; alum heads to cast iron block and the head bolts properties themselves movement overtime associated with the different metal properties growth and shrinkage aligned with temperatures/pressures would occur and the viton would absorb and compensate for all thus the retorquing is not needed or is the design philosopy once torque set and gasket impressed it holds same as long as you retain a min torque or ??? and why. I need a bit of educating here.


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