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Cometic Gaskets Cylinder Head Gasket Chrysler A4 Block (Sprint)

Cometic Gaskets C5831-030

245-C5831-030

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Cometic Gaskets Cylinder Head Gasket Chrysler A4 Block (Sprint) $78.99
Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Chrysler A4 Block (Sprint)
  • Bore: 4.165"
  • Compressed Thickness: .030

  • Cometic Multilayer Steel (MLS) Gaskets are designed to offer the best seal for naturally-aspirated, boosted, or nitrous-fed engines. Head gaskets are made of 3-5 layers of spring stainless steel, providing a stronger base material than standard cylinder head gaskets. Viton-coated stainless steel outer layers create a superior seal not available with other steel or copper gaskets. The gaskets have excellent rebound characteristics and resist corrosive substances. MLS head gaskets reduce bore distortion but can still endure extreme cylinder pressures. Sold individually.

    Features
  • Made from stainless spring steel for exceptional corrosion resistance
  • Designed to withstand serious cylinder pressures without machining for installation of locking wire
  • MLS Cylinder Head Gaskets are coated with .001" thick Viton rubber that's bonded to the outer stainless steel layers

    Installation 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)

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations