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I have a full OEM 1jz gasket set. I am building a 2JZGE VVTI NA-T.
I'll probably go with a 2JZ head gasket, since I've read a lot of threads detailing why it's better.
Can I use the rest of the gaskets in the 1JZ kit? I'm running 2JZGTE oil and water pumps.
 

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Theoretically, you should be able to re-use the gasket if you are running a GTE oil pump. How are you going to run a GTE water pump? They don't bolt up to the NA motors.
 

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Theoretically, you should be able to re-use the gasket if you are running a GTE oil pump. How are you going to run a GTE water pump? They don't bolt up to the NA motors.
Even if I buy the complete front/back? If not, do you know what pump NA-T guys run?
 

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NA-T guys run an NA water pump. Works just fine. I made the mistake of buying a TT pump, and it didn't bolt in at all. You will only have luck with an NA water pump.
 

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NA-T guys run an NA water pump. Works just fine. I made the mistake of buying a TT pump, and it didn't bolt in at all. You will only have luck with an NA water pump.
This. I had bought a TT pump in 2019 as well, bit didn't fit for sh**. Get a new GE pump, just as capable. TBH.

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Ok, new GE pump it is. Cheaper, too. Thanks for the tip.
 
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