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I know the manifolds on an EFI 302 are the ball and socket style flange. Is a carb 86 351w the same or does it use a doughnut gasket?



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no that year 351 did not use a donut, clean up the ends, add some exhaust sealer to both sides for leak control
and the key to being leak free is to get everything lined up before you tighten it down, when you got it where you like it tighten it good then start engine let it get hot then tighten again
be careful not to break the bolts

also there should be a flat gasket for the heat riser


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