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I didn't replace any gaskets or use anything to seal it and I have had 2 different sets on mine with no leaks. There is a youtube video

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Interesting. I guess the fitment is good enough to not have any issues then. I bought some Permatex high temp sealant just in case one of my old gaskets got stuck in the header or something. Figured maybe putting a little in that area would be a good idea. I guess I'll check it out more once I'm under the car and stuff.

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Interesting. I guess the fitment is good enough to not have any issues then. I bought some Permatex high temp sealant just in case one of my old gaskets got stuck in the header or something. Figured maybe putting a little in that area would be a good idea. I guess I'll check it out more once I'm under the car and stuff.
About one month after installation I checked the nuts on the header to downpipe connections and found they needed to be tightened. Maybe that was because of use of OE style gaskets but best to check at some point just in case.

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