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head gasket ?

what head gasket would you recomend im about to remove the hypertech add a smarty and have my turbo rebuilt new complete comp housing and port and polish exhaust housing im getting head studs and i was just wondering what the best gasket was
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A Marine .010 or .020 over gasket would be perfect.

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Those marine gaskets are 12v, just so ya know. But just use your 24v gasket as a template, there are only a couple things that need to be cut out.

Whats it costing you to have your turbo rebuilt? I wouldn't invest too much money, that could go a long ways towards the price of a new turbo.
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the guy said shiping both ways, parts, and labor would run me $600.00 he said it would be equal to a sp62
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I would go ahead and put a .020" marine gasket back on, along with some studs and call it good. Like Sean said there is just a couple places that needs opened up, just lay your stock 24v gasket over the new one and you will have no problems.

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3283335 Stock
3283337 .010 Over
3283339 .020 Over
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