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Old 12-22-2011, 03:23 PM   #1
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Can anyoanyone tell me how to change my valve cover gasket on my 90 integra
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Old 12-22-2011, 03:30 PM   #2
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look at the valve cover there are acorn nuts on the edges of it, unscrew them
there are 4 gaskets on the spark plug holes ramove those
take off the gasket from the valve cover
clean all the surfaces with a napkin or something
replace the gaskets and retighten everything
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Thank u...hey I'm kinda new to this and I wanna fix up my integra...its pretty much stock so can u tell me wat to start off on cuz I wanna take it to its full potential
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research is the first step, go to the Ride of the month thread and alot of people have posted their builds there or go to the builds thread section, they have good builds on this site.
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Full potential = deep pockets.
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Full potential to me means that there is almost no stock parts on it still. Lol.
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haha Dont Over Tighten The Nuts.....
I broke Mine. :p
If its Stock... Then Might as Well Just start with A Cold Air intake.... thats The first thing i did to mine.
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i'm changing my valve cover gasket tomorrow and painting the cover a hot orange, putting new accel racing wires/ Gsport transparent cap and rotor on plus more, basically a full tune up, make sure to tighten the valve cover bolts on in a star pattern to get even pressure. i screwed up on my old teg and had 1 part of the gasket sticking out (60$ gone just like that) take your time and do it right.
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