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Ultra Black Gasket Maker

I called 6-7 motorcycle shops today and most said that they used Ultra Black.

I found this info: Ultra Black Gasket Maker

Fast curing formula. Sensor-safe, low odor, non-corrosive. Fills gaps of up to 0.25" when fully cured. Meets performance specs of OE silicone gaskets. Retains high flexibility, oil resistance properties through use of a patented adhesion system. Temperature range -65˚F to 650˚F (-54˚C to 343˚C) intermittent. Resists auto and shop fluids and vibration. Complies with extended warranties. Suggested applications: Pump housings, machine tools, compressors, gear boxes, valve covers, oil pans, transmission pans.

Was wondering if this would work as good as 1194 or Yamabond?
It's alot easier to get.

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I have a tube of Permatex High-Temp RTV Silicone Gasket Maker (27b)

Would this also work to put the halves together with?

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I just got off the phone with a motorcycle mechanic that's been in the business 50 yrs.
He says that he uses Permatex Motoseal #29132 to seal the two case halfs together.
Says he's been using it for years.

??????????????

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I just got off the phone with a motorcycle mechanic that's been in the business 50 yrs.
He says that he uses Permatex Motoseal #29132 to seal the two case halfs together.
Says he's been using it for years.

??????????????
Same stuff as Three bond and Yamabond.


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I have a tube of Permatex High-Temp RTV Silicone Gasket Maker (27b)

Would this also work to put the halves together with?
You will develope leaks with RTV.


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REBUILT ENGINE
CUSTOM PAINT
VANCE & HINES CRUZERS
EAR SHAVED AND RE-JETTED W/K&N'S
DUNLOP ELITE K591 FRONT & REAR
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SYNTHETIC BRAKE FLUID
SYNTHETIC OIL & GEAR LUBE
PLEXISTAR 2 WINDSHIELD
SPLINES LUBED
ACCT'S GREASED W/TOC SPRINGS
COASTERD
LEATHER SADDLE BAGS
LEATHER TOOL AND ROLL BAG
PICKUP COILS GAPPED AT .018"
NGK CAP, WIRES, IRIDUMS
BARNETT FRICTION PLATES & SPRINGS
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I just went ahead and ordered some 1194 off of Ebay. Nobody around my area had any. The only place that had some Yamabond wanted $14.99 for a tube.

Is 3oz of moly 60 enough to do the splines/rearend?

Should I put anything on the gaskets?

I'm asking because a M/C engine is a lot differant than a one in a car/truck. I want to put it back together right the 1st time.

Thanks a Lot,

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Pick-up Coils Gapped at .018"
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I just went ahead and ordered some 1194 off of Ebay. Nobody around my area had any. The only place that had some Yamabond wanted $14.99 for a tube.

Is 3oz of moly 60 enough to do the splines/rearend?

Should I put anything on the gaskets?

I'm asking because a M/C engine is a lot differant than a one in a car/truck. I want to put it back together right the 1st time.

Thanks a Lot,
I tube of moly 60 will do several spline lubes. Permatex HI Tack Spray gasket maker works great on paper gaskets. I also use Permatex Ultra Copper spray gasket maker on the head gasket.


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REBUILT ENGINE
CUSTOM PAINT
VANCE & HINES CRUZERS
EAR SHAVED AND RE-JETTED W/K&N'S
DUNLOP ELITE K591 FRONT & REAR
VOLTMETER
SYNTHETIC BRAKE FLUID
SYNTHETIC OIL & GEAR LUBE
PLEXISTAR 2 WINDSHIELD
SPLINES LUBED
ACCT'S GREASED W/TOC SPRINGS
COASTERD
LEATHER SADDLE BAGS
LEATHER TOOL AND ROLL BAG
PICKUP COILS GAPPED AT .018"
NGK CAP, WIRES, IRIDUMS
BARNETT FRICTION PLATES & SPRINGS
CUSTOM GRIPS, MIRRORS, LEVERS
ORIGINAL STATOR & R/R 14.5v
DEKA MF AGM ETX15L

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i used high tack brush on ... Its a lot like a car minuse the splitting of cases in fact its easier to work with cause u gdont neeed a cherry picker and engine stand... general prinsipals are the same... however on your rings your ring compresser needs to come all the way apart cace your installing the pistons backwards from a car.... i happened to use hose clamps on mine (very carefullly) cause my ring compressors didnt come apart



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i used high tack brush on ... Its a lot like a car minuse the splitting of cases in fact its easier to work with cause u gdont neeed a cherry picker and engine stand... general prinsipals are the same... however on your rings your ring compresser needs to come all the way apart cace your installing the pistons backwards from a car.... i happened to use hose clamps on mine (very carefullly) cause my ring compressors didnt come apart
Since the bottom of the cylinder is taperd I have not had to use a compressor, but you can get one from Ma Kaw.


85 VN700 "Old Yella"

REBUILT ENGINE
CUSTOM PAINT
VANCE & HINES CRUZERS
EAR SHAVED AND RE-JETTED W/K&N'S
DUNLOP ELITE K591 FRONT & REAR
VOLTMETER
SYNTHETIC BRAKE FLUID
SYNTHETIC OIL & GEAR LUBE
PLEXISTAR 2 WINDSHIELD
SPLINES LUBED
ACCT'S GREASED W/TOC SPRINGS
COASTERD
LEATHER SADDLE BAGS
LEATHER TOOL AND ROLL BAG
PICKUP COILS GAPPED AT .018"
NGK CAP, WIRES, IRIDUMS
BARNETT FRICTION PLATES & SPRINGS
CUSTOM GRIPS, MIRRORS, LEVERS
ORIGINAL STATOR & R/R 14.5v
DEKA MF AGM ETX15L

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