Ok, drivers side upstream of the front 02s. where the x pipe connects to the headers, i think i just need a gasket flange right? that should seal it off. correct?
their tech owns a muffler/exhaust shop. he also worked for nascar lol. I feel like he kinda knows what he's doing there.why would you take your car to tires plus for anything other than tires?
that would be like me asking walmart to install my new shortblock aand heads.
seriously if you want the job done right take it to the ppl that know how to do it right.
im not criticizing you just giving you words of wisdom
lol at this point in time, i really couldn't care less how much it costs because one way or another its gonna get fixed. ahah thank you for your time and responce jep!You can give that a shot. You can also get some stuff called "Copper Spray a Gasket" (I think that's it...). It's made by Permatex. Just put a few coats on the new gasket and it will help it seal up better. But the OEM Motorcraft would be a better gasket to get. Just be prepared to pay more for it.