Cometic Gasket Archives - Page 11 of 11 - Engine Builder Magazine
BMW S65 V8 Engine

This BMW S65 V8 engine was run in the Continental Tire Challenge inside a BMW M3, but is now a SCCA Touring 1 class motor. The engine came into Hutter Racing Engines in need of new rings, pistons, a tightening up of the cylinder walls, a valve job, and more.

1957 Oldsmobile Engine

Tony Lombardi of Ross Racing Engines has a strict procedure for every engine he works on. When a customer wanted a 1957 Oldsmobile engine, he dug right in doing all the machine work and manufactured many of the internal parts.

1968 426 HEMI Engine

This 1968 426 HEMI engine came into Victory Racing Engines in Cleveland in pretty rough shape. Rust, gunk, and 30 years of wear and tear is what Ray Banyas had to cut through in order to get this engine breathing again.

1955 331 Cadillac Engine

Two other shops couldn’t properly handle this 1955 331 Cadillac engine, but Timm Jurincie at Tuf-Enuf Auto & Marine Performance was up to the task.

LSX 454 DR Sunnen/Victory Junction Charity Engine

The core of this engine is a stock, right-from-the-GM-factory LSX 454 DR. And that is where the “stock” aspect of this engine stops. Nick Ferri of Patterson-Elite Performance says the engine has $40,000 worth of aftermarket parts that help this engine put out 859 hp and 663 lb.-ft. of torque along with a 14.40:1 compression ratio.

Cometic 2001-2007 GM Duramax 6.6L Diesel V8 Gaskets

The new 2001-2007 GM 6.6L Duramax MLS head gasket utilizes a load control embossment for superior combustion chamber sealing and improved clamp load around the cylinder without increasing bore distortion.

Cometic MLS Head Gaskets

MLS (Multi-Layer Steel) Head Gaskets provide maximum sealing performance for today’s high output engines and require no sealants. MLS gaskets are ideal for both aluminum heads to aluminum blocks and aluminum heads to cast iron blocks. They can withstand the shearing force created by the two materials. MLS gaskets have increased strength because they are