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    Nvrm Im just going to put it in the corners> those gaskets are suppose to be stronger so i doubt ill need anymore. You probably could torque them down a little more then 12 ft lbs
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    Hey Sorry to keep bothering you. The threads you sent me helped alot except i dont see anything on exactly where the rtv issuppose to go. One person said on the top of the rails. I before just put it around all the seals. So should i just put it around all the rubberseals like a did before? IM on my way out not ti start taring it down again. My new zzp aluminum ones will be here tomorrow.
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    Here's an update.

    I took off/out all my coils, wires, plugs and ICM. The plugs and wires are all perfect! The ICM and Coils are fine, had them tested and they passed. Now, I put my stock coils and original ICM back on and the misfire has gotten INSANELY worse. Its kinda undrivable at the moment now its so bad. I just wanted to put this in here.. I may have mis-marked the wires and put them on wrong on with the new coils and ICM. Now, would the car be able to run if this happened?

    There all on right now, with all the stock parts. And the misfire is worse. Tomorrow Im going to put on the new stuff and see if its gone. Hopefully its the prob and just my mistake. Ive heard that the residule spark in the coils for mixed up wires can still allow the car to run? If not, please do explain.. lol
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play guitar
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honeybrook PA.
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play guitar ,cars,
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machinist/production manager
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1998 v6 camaro

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98 v6 camaro y87, k&N filter, SLP CAI, ngk iridium plugs, taylor 10.2mm blue wires, corvette servo, transgo hd-2 shift kit, lsd posi 3:23 gay rear!!!!,moog rear lca bushings, moog front upper and lower control arm bushings, moog upper and lower ball joints, new bigger 32mm front sway bar and 19mm rear bar with poly bushings, new poly torque arm bushing, new aluminum lower intake gasket from zzp, pacesetters headers

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