Re: Actual Blown Headgasket
UPDATE; I couldn't stand to wait for a new head gasket. I went to the hardware store and bought a short piece of alum. dryer vent. After destroying a couple attempts with a drill I finally used my air grinder with a 3/4" sanding drum and sanded out a very nice round hole for the cylinder (used the bottom of a caulking tube to mark the hole just the right size). I have a extra bottom gasket I keep just for marking the bolt pattern. Again punched the holes small with a drill then with a pointed grinding bit relieved them out to the right size. Coat of spray copper head gasket sealer on both sides and good to go. Oh while the head was off I lapped it in again on a piece of glass. This is the second time. It was heat warped again. Took about 3 minutes to get it flat. I'll be buying a billet head from Pirate Cycles as soon as Jim resupply's them.
Put something FUN between your legs..