IMPORTANT: Please note that you must now log in with your email address and not your username! Originally Posted By fxntime: Time Sert. I am not familiar with these, are the similar to heli-coil? second question is, if I heli coil these, should I red loctite the insert to the head?
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They were contained in aluminum boxes and it was required that every screw have a heli-coil. I have repaired stripped spark plug threads with a time sert kit on the 4.6 DOHC in my Mustang Cobra.
I've seen the inside of several that were not plated, but I don't think I've ever seen one that is. It's possible that a dingle-berry hone may remove them, but more than likely it will require a real hone. Found this out after ordering a gasket kit and they sent me head o-rings rather than a gasket.


Given the fact that this bike is 17 years old, I'm guessing that it's been sleved, but how can I tell for certain? You can feel they are there, but as far as "catching" them, no.Just out of curiosity, where is the best place to buy used engine parts? When I was playing with the Quadracers, there were several used parts warehouses, but that was before e-bay took over.
What is the best way to clean this thing out to make sure there isn't any damage to the cylinder?Also, the hole measures 6.69mm.




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