|Engine||Rapco PN||Model||Description||Part Number|
|Continental||RA628260||Spiral||RAPCO EXHAUST GASKET RA628260||08-05260|
RAPCO manufactures FAA-PMA approved exhaust gasket replacements for Continental and Lycoming engines. High quality, economical stainless and copper beaded gaskets. Extra thick spiral woundstyle available “Blow Proof”
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Good product at good price.
RAPCO EXHAUST GASKET RA628260
It looks like the ones that came off the motor but I have not used at this time.
just what needed to provide necessary clearance between intake and clamps on exhaust
Require 4 rapco exhaust Gaskets for the C-90 engine. Pa-11 aircraft. Please provide price and availability so i can order. Thunder Bay, Ont. Canada
Good quality, and fit.
Great gasket works good.
Thought I was saving a little money. They dont fit. Rub on the intake elbows. You have to grind a little off the sides to keep from rubbing on the intake elbows and to secure a tight fit with the exhaust risers. I will not buy them again. FAA-PMA and are different size than the TCM 627429.
Product good but shipping very high, could been sent by US postage for less than $4
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This is used as one per cylinder.
Per Rapco: It is recommended that all exhaust gaskets, flat and spiral wound, are changed each time they are removed. They are designed to crush into place to block high temperature exhaust gases from eroding any uneven mating surfaces. If reused they may not seal properly.