Cometic Gaskets Head Gasket for Select 1971-1982 Toyota Carina/Corolla with 2T, 2T-C, 3T-C, 3T-EU, 13T-U Engines [0.120 in.]
Toyota 1.6L & 1.8L
Cometic C4258-120 Head Gasket
Cometic Multilayer Steel (MLS) Gaskets are designed to provide the best possible seal for naturally aspirated, boosted, or nitrous-fed engines. This head gasket is made from five layers of spring stainless steel, offering a stronger base material than standard cylinder head gaskets. Viton-coated outer layers create a superior seal not available with other steel or copper gaskets.
Cometic C4258-120 Head Gasket Features:
- Spring stainless steel
- Reduced bore distortion
- Excellent rebound characteristics and corrosion resistance
- Viton rubber coating (.001 in. thick) is bonded to the outer layer of gaskets
- Designed to withstand extreme cylinder pressures without machining for installation of locking wire
Cometic C4258-120 Notes:
- Not designed for use on engines with O-rings or receiver grooves
- Always refer to the fastener manufacturer to determine accurate torque values
- A surface finish of 50 RA (roughness average) or finer is recommended for proper gasket seal
- Cometic Cylinder Head Gaskets go on dry because they're coated with a sealant (adding another sealer can hinder gasket performance)
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