GrimmSpeed TGV to Engine Gaskets - Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2014 WRX / 2004+ STI)
Manufacturer Part # 032001
The GrimmSpeed TGV to engine gaskets are of OEM quality, however more cost effective than the dealership. Whenever you remove or replace your TGV’s, it is always a good idea to use new seals to ensure a leak-free seal especially when you’re dealing with intake manifold parts, where the slightest vacuum leak can affect how your vehicle runs.
Included are two gaskets.
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Conman1667 10 months ago
may be better off getting OEM gaskets. Putting the intake manifold back on the car with a big turbo inlet hose can be a pain. A couple of bolt holes on these gaskets weren't accurate. We had to manipulate the gasket just to get the bolts all the way seated and threaded.
2006 STI built long block
tboldt199163299 1 year ago
I threw these on with phenolic spacers. Great gaskets at a great price.
Grimmspeed TGV gaskets
glyne 3 years ago
Grimmspeed gaskets had no issues with my engine build. Much better than OEM in my opinion
Well they're gaskets, and they work
z.emerick41643 3 years ago
These look identical to the OEM gaskets I had. I needed them for my 8mm phenolic spacers I was installing. Just make sure you evenly clamp everything down nice and tight! As far as the holes being too small, I used a 45 degree bent small needlenose plier, opened it slightly, and pushed on either side of the hole. This made it go on the nub without issue. Really a small issue w/ the right tools.