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    Great stuff black rtv is impossible to get off. Wouldn't recommend using it, use normal black rtv

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    What did you use it on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick View Post
    What did you use it on?
    His oil pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc18 View Post
    Great stuff black rtv is impossible to get off. Wouldn't recommend using it, use normal black rtv
    I have used "The Right Stuff" This is indeed the best stuff going. Permatex product. The directions read, something like...Apply, then assemble parts then use as normal. Sounds the correct chit to me !!!! I use it in a normal use, in my business daily and havent had an issue as of yet.

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    I love the stuff and use it all the time. It is the best thing on the market but a bit spendy.

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    I'll admit it's good shit but it's nasty don't plan on an easy disassemble.

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    must be a chevy thing to glue your motor together so it doesn't fall apart

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    must be a chevy thing to glue your motor together so it doesn't fall apart
    Actualy it was pionered by ford to keep the pistons from scaring the head when the rods gave up, a lil dab ( like flubber ) on top of the piston and the rods went right out the oil pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc18 View Post
    Great stuff black rtv is impossible to get off. Wouldn't recommend using it, use normal black rtv
    Carb or MAF sensor cleaner. That's what I used.

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    Love the Permatex "Right Stuff" , best thing I ever found for intake end seals , you are right though , it really sticks and is very hard to get off once cured Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Need4Speed77 View Post
    His oil pan.

    The reason I asked was because I am having sealing issues with my fuel plumbing. I know this may be a stupid question but do other guys have similar issues? I'm talking about when I am making up something like my fuel pressure regulator with my a/n fittings for my fuel lines, I can never get a good seal...I know you're "not supposed too over-tighten" that aluminum stuff but I feel like it never seals and they always leak just enough to bother me. What do you guys use for a thread sealer on this kind of stuff? Nothing, Teflon, goop of some kind???

    I'm hoping this may be usefull information for others and that I'm not alone on this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick View Post
    The reason I asked was because I am having sealing issues with my fuel plumbing. I know this may be a stupid question but do other guys have similar issues? I'm talking about when I am making up something like my fuel pressure regulator with my a/n fittings for my fuel lines, I can never get a good seal...I know you're "not supposed too over-tighten" that aluminum stuff but I feel like it never seals and they always leak just enough to bother me. What do you guys use for a thread sealer on this kind of stuff? Nothing, Teflon, goop of some kind??? I'm hoping this may be usefull information for others and that I'm not alone on this one...
    i personally use Teflon on all my AN fittings, carbs, gages, regs, also, on pipe fittings on manifolds etc...works great and no issues ...i use a wire brush in a drill to get the rtv silicone off of items i used it on, oil pans, manifolds etc...just my .02 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick View Post
    The reason I asked was because I am having sealing issues with my fuel plumbing. I know this may be a stupid question but do other guys have similar issues? I'm talking about when I am making up something like my fuel pressure regulator with my a/n fittings for my fuel lines, I can never get a good seal...I know you're "not supposed too over-tighten" that aluminum stuff but I feel like it never seals and they always leak just enough to bother me. What do you guys use for a thread sealer on this kind of stuff? Nothing, Teflon, goop of some kind???

    I'm hoping this may be usefull information for others and that I'm not alone on this one...

    Permatex thread sealant is what I use on plumbing/an fittings.
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