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Old February 17, 2008, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by sswilson View Post
The gap is normal... without it, the o-ring wouldn't be doing much other than filling a hole... :)

Sounds like you had a lot easier job bowing your GT than I did. I'm sure I spent at least 2 hours getting that sucker in there!!!! :)



Anything that fits inside the tube is going to impede flow to a certain extent.
As suggested toss the top of the block and o-ring into a freezer and it takes all of 2 minutes :) I struggled as the rest of you but wasn't gonna stress over it being that like.

Yah I understand anything in the loop will slow down flow but if thats the only thing then I can't see it making that big of a difference :)
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