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Hi folks,
me again,

last time, when I changed the t-belts and the cylinder head gaskets, I went "pristine".
meaning no additives on the gaskets, nor in the rubber ones.

Although probably because of the bike's age a little drop of oil can be seen here and there.

So a friend of mine recommended me to use gasket sealers, for both the cylinder heads and for the rubber seals on the head covers (and t-belt cover).

The question is, based on your experience,
which seal are best to use in each case?

Thank you,
 

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Head gaskets OEM only, nothing just clean flanges really well, valves covers a little sealer may help but don't over tighten..you'll snap a bolt they can wrap and no gasket will stop the leaks, timing belts nothing in there.. no oil or water if there is you have a bad cam or crank seal or face gasket.
 
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