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K i'm 90% complete with my project.

I installed my 3.2 stroker kit and all i'm only waiting on the key from jun as I losted my, waiting on some other small stuff as my 3 fuel pump,ect.

K i'm ready to put the engine togeter but I need to know which head gasket would be the best.

I got the 3mm headgasket but was told that it would be to low of a compresion when used with the jun piston.

So would a 2mm fit me best?

My project is for a 1000whp na-t and planning to run high boost so any help would be great so I can order them A.S.A.P
 

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ToMuchBoost said:
K i'm 90% complete with my project.

I installed my 3.2 stroker kit and all i'm only waiting on the key from jun as I losted my, waiting on some other small stuff as my 3 fuel pump,ect.

K i'm ready to put the engine togeter but I need to know which head gasket would be the best.

I got the 3mm headgasket but was told that it would be to low of a compresion when used with the jun piston.

So would a 2mm fit me best?

My project is for a 1000whp na-t and planning to run high boost so any help would be great so I can order them A.S.A.P

Use a stock tt headgasket.. or any stock thickness equivalent.

Waht turbo kit are you using? What turbo?
 

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I'm using custom build kit, and using a garret gt42-76 BB.
I thought stock would not hold more then 700whp?
 

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Stock TT HG should be about perfect. I'm running TT spec JE's and a stock TT HG in my built motor also.
 

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PS, you could allways stack the TT headgaskets to make a 3.0mm HG, becuase TT gaskets are layered steel,not steel impregnated graphite style.
 

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ToMuchBoost said:
I'm using custom build kit, and using a garret gt42-76 BB.
I thought stock would not hold more then 700whp?

What kind of header? We actually have a setup for the gt42-76 on our header:)
 

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Kean the manifold was a custom build manifold.I paided over $1200 for it.
Do you have any pics of the manifold.


LoL shhh Dave don't tell them that you sold me the turbo that I have now.
 

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I'd stay with the thinner stock TT gasket to keep the squish band more correct.
 
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