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In 2000 I ordered a supercharger kit for my '99 Miata. It came with a tube of gasket sealer. Grey in appearance, it cured to a firm elastic texture. Impervious to the usual oils and chemicals. Three-Bond. Available at Honda Dealers as HondaBond or at Yamaha dealers as YamaBond. I respect Permatex but they don't make a gasket compound as good as Three Bond. My primary gasket ripped out a two inch section at the top. I have a spare gasket but with ThreeBond I don't feel the need to use it. Wiped clean and washed with carb cleaner and wiped dry. ThreeBond forms a rubbery but firm seal.



Two inches of torn gasket doesn't bother me. I know the gasket sealer will do the job since it's on the top of the primary.



Three Bond, Yamabond or Hondabond....

 

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Yep, good stuff in that application. I still use aviation permatex on transmission case gaskets and other such when the gasket doesn't break.
 

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Hondabond :shock: ..... that Beeza is gonna barf on you one day for that! :ROFL:







 
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