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Old 03-03-2019, 04:06 AM
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Make sure there is a hole in the gasket for the coolant bleed screw.
The Hondata gasket blocks that port so you will need to drill it out, looks like the skunk might be same (can't really tell form the picture).
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Thanks for the heads up, yeah it has the coolant hole, posting a throttle body gasket for future luerkers aswell. They are quite thick but bolt down no problem.
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no it doesnt. ate least in the photo doesnt seem to have. The hondata one doesnt have it for sure as i have one and only found after i could´t bleed the system properly as no coolant was getting to the bleeder
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Old 03-05-2019, 09:48 PM
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It does look like it has the hole https://skunk2.com/induction/thermal...ket-s2000.html
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Old 03-05-2019, 11:43 PM
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Thats the one, wish they made a throttle body gasket aswell. I ordered a skunk2 radiator cap once and holy$#%@ it was the highest quality automitive piece ive ever recieved the seal was super high quality lol. I would like to plug the coolant at the intake manifold and coolant housing but dont know how i would bleed air out of the system if i plug that line. This is my current set up, a line straight from intake manifold to coolant housing, bypassing throttle body and idle air control routing...
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Old 03-06-2019, 01:33 AM
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No need to run a hose between those locations, just cap them off.
You can still use the oem bleed screw, there wont be any problems getting air out.
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Are there any disadvantages when isolating the intake manifold and TB from coolant? I have mine all apart and wouldn't mind adding this type of intake manifold and TB gaskets in order to reduce heat soak.
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Originally Posted by treimche View Post
Are there any disadvantages when isolating the intake manifold and TB from coolant? I have mine all apart and wouldn't mind adding this type of intake manifold and TB gaskets in order to reduce heat soak.
I have had a hondata gasket warp/distort into the intake port path. I would keep an eye on that.

Honestly when air is moving at speed (WOT), I doubt that the air picks up a lot of heat.
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Disadvantage is that its a pain to install, but if your taking the intake manifold off its a good opportunity to replace it. The Throttle body thermogasket is a breeze to install and can only help i highly reccomend especially coupled with throttle body coolant bypass
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Originally Posted by F1TwoThousand View Post
Disadvantage is that its a pain to install, but if your taking the intake manifold off its a good opportunity to replace it. The Throttle body thermogasket is a breeze to install and can only help i highly reccomend especially coupled with throttle body coolant bypass
Cylinder head is currently off, so gaskets will get replaced anyway. Makes for a nice easy install! I didn't see Hondata list a thermal throttle body gasket? Skunk2 does, but says its for their 70mm TB.
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