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Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, March 15, 2010 7:52 PM
Yes.
The gasket that came with the supercharger kit is a Cobalt ss/sc stock intake gasket. OEM can make the spacers with and with out the egr cutout to fit both the 2.0 LSJ and 2.2 L61.


Save your money. It might be worth something someday.


Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 6:50 AM
im interested in both types of gaskets



1989 Turbo Trans Am #82, 2007 Cobalt SS G85





Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 10:18 PM
Rare5spd wrote:

When you make them I would suggest that you make the revision for the egr on the spacer. That can save some people trouble when doing the install. Heres some pictures of what i am talking about.

Stock gasket.



Stock gasket modified.



Modified gasket on the head, im not sure if the rtv will be nessessary if you will be supplying two paper gaskets.



Will you include longer bolts with these?

Sorry for the huge pictures.


that port is not for the EGR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

its the PCV slot







Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Thursday, March 18, 2010 10:27 AM
Sorry my bad!


Save your money. It might be worth something someday.

Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, March 22, 2010 4:53 AM
what is the size of the port? I need a very accurate measurment.

Mark


http://www.overkillengineeringmotorsports.com/
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, March 22, 2010 10:32 AM
If I can recall (and I'm not 100% correct on this my memory is blurry), our kits came with a paper template to use showing where to cut for the PCV revision. It was an exact sized copy of the gasket I believe. I will look when I get home to see if i can find mine.


Save your money. It might be worth something someday.

Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, April 12, 2010 10:19 AM
any more test done with the head to manifold gasket?



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Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, April 12, 2010 12:58 PM
I will be pulling my blower next weekend on the redline and I will get a headspacer made.

Mark


http://www.overkillengineeringmotorsports.com/
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, April 12, 2010 2:07 PM
jared methe wrote:

any more test done with the head to manifold gasket?


Sorry I have not had time to test the head spacer yet, but I hopefully should soon. I've been working on my dakota engine build, and helped turbo my old cavi, and installed a new header on my silver m62 cavi....and have to drop it off at Atomic motorsports this weekend for the rest of my stainless exhaust....maybe in a week or two after this one...I never have enough tim e to do everything.





Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Friday, April 16, 2010 1:38 AM
Just letting people know i'm going to test zzp's manifols spacer this Saturday with the help of rare5spd again....so I'll be making a new post again.







Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 6:32 AM
looking forward to it as seeing i have my gasket from mark right here waiting...



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Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 1:56 PM
Well, we didn't finish install of the zzp spacer. The issue's we had was the bolts in the gm charger kit are not long enough to allow the extra 8mm needed for the thickness of the spacer and the included gaskets. Another thing is the bolts in the gm kit are 6mm on one end and bigger on the end that goes through the blower flange so you can't get the right bolts from a hardware store. We found 6mm bolts for the head but a spacer would need to be made to keep the intake trac ports on the manifold centered with the ones on the cylinder head. I'm going to try some ideas for the bolt situations and will post up when I figure something out.






Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 1:58 PM
oh and I forgot to mention the bolts for the spacer from zzp are too big to work with the L61 head, so they are useless on a L61 without and LSJ head.





Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:13 PM
the stock bolts are crap i had them brake on the install , i ended up drill and tapping the head and using the hardware for the LSJ

if you drill and tap the head bolt holes you can use the ZZp spacer and bolts







Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:30 PM
I am installing my gasket today. Will shoot some results of how it works myself,lol.

Mark


http://www.overkillengineeringmotorsports.com/
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:30 PM
I am installing my gasket today. Will shoot some results of how it works myself,lol.

Mark


http://www.overkillengineeringmotorsports.com/
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Saturday, April 17, 2010 9:26 PM
I already got a solution, I was going through the mcmaster catolog with the g/f's dad and found some shoulder bolts that will work.





Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Sunday, April 18, 2010 4:48 PM
Oh man, this thing works wonders. It feels like its always ready for boost. We are located in Fl so it gets 90+ all the time here and keeping the blower separated as far as heat is concerned is a must. Gotta say, A+ to the OEM team, lol


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Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, April 19, 2010 3:09 AM
Way to give yourself a reach around Mark (j/k) haha did you get any temp changes while under wot or out of boost cruising down the street?






Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 8:18 AM
Bump, I have a couple of these ready to go if anyone is interested. $50 without gasket $60 with gasket and shipping is free.

Mark


http://www.overkillengineeringmotorsports.com/
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 10:04 AM
Pm'ed !!


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Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Sunday, September 18, 2011 5:52 PM
JUCNBST wrote:

Way to give yourself a reach around Mark (j/k) haha did you get any temp changes while under wot or out of boost cruising down the street?


lmao... so JUCNBST, what were your results on the OEM vs ZZP?
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Monday, September 19, 2011 2:34 PM
Preston, I was running both zzp spacer and the oem spacer. One went between the lower intake manifold and the cylinder head and the other between the blower and the lower intake manifold.









Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 10:56 PM
Jucnbst....do you have the shoulder bolts part numbers and where you purchased them? i need to order a set because i plan on buying both spacers from Mark here very shortly.
Thanks!!


04 Cav. 2dr. 5spd. My DD. 'Nuff said.
Re: Product Review: O.E.M. phenolic m62 spacer
Thursday, February 16, 2012 1:29 AM
blu04DD wrote:

Jucnbst....do you have the shoulder bolts part numbers and where you purchased them? i need to order a set because i plan on buying both spacers from Mark here very shortly.
Thanks!!


McMcaster-Carr and Fastenal both carry shoulder bolts (I bought mine from Fastenal). I used two bolts with a 60mm shoulder and five with a 10mm shoulder WITHOUT spacer, and I believe the spacer with gaskets is about 8mm, so you'd be looking at 68mm and 18mm bolts respectively.
I'd suggest just tapping the head for m8 bolts (or studs)...shoulder bolts don't have very long threads and i feel as you move the manifold further back, you're now hanging the weight further back, putting more stress on the bolts. Maybe I just never found them, but I never saw a shoulder bolt with long enough threads to reach all the way into the threads of the head. I feel more secure being able to threads all the way in.






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