Gasket Materials

Because not all gaskets are created equal and they have to function in different ways, it is necessary to produce gaskets made up of different materials to seal the job effectively.

Multi-Layered Steel (MLS) Head & Manifold Gaskets

  • Maintains all OE tolerances and requirements
  • Polymer coated for positive fluid seal
  • Ultimate temperature resistance
  • Lower clamping force means less bore distortion

Solid Core Composite Head & Exhaust Manifold Gaskets

  • Maintains all OE tolerances and requirements
  • Polymer coated for positive fluid seal
  • Ultimate temperature resistance
  • Lower clamping force means less bore distortion

Composite Head & Intake Manifold Gaskets

  • Maintains all OE tolerances and requirements
  • Polymer coated for positive fluid seal
  • Ultimate temperature resistance
  • Lower clamping force means less bore distortion

Graphite Head & Manifold Gaskets

  • Stays cool at temperature up to 1800° F
  • Designed to seal minor surface irregularities
  • No re-torque required
  • PTFE coating optional

Performance Composite Timing Cover, Water Pump and Differential Gaskets

  • Stays cool at temperature up to 1800° F
  • Designed to seal minor surface irregularities
  • No re-torque required
  • PTFE coating optional

Cork Oil Pan, Timing Cover and Differential Gaskets with Metal Carrier

  • Stays cool at temperature up to 1800° F
  • Designed to seal minor surface irregularities
  • No re-torque required
  • PTFE coating optional

Foam Water Outlet Gaskets with Metal Carrier

  • Stays cool at temperature up to 1800° F
  • Designed to seal minor surface irregularities
  • No re-torque required
  • PTFE coating optional

Molded Rubber Valve Cover and Oil Pan Gaskets

  • No joints means increased durability
  • Sealants not required
  • Compression limiters prevent over-tightening
  • No torque loss or shrinkage