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Author Topic: Leaky Oil Cap? $3 fix!  (Read 6883 times)
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Forceful Driver
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Soviet Stig

« on: April 26, 2013, 03:10:04 PM »

Seems to be a common problem now since I guess the gaskets are old being almost 10 years.

This is what you want to fix.

This is the part you will need:

New on left, old on right, what a difference

Simply pry the old gasket out and push in the new one. Get the residual off of the valve cover to see if the new gasket works, it did for me and should for you.
« Last Edit: April 26, 2013, 03:15:00 PM by 04TitaniumGrayPhilly » Logged

2004 Mazdaspeed Miata #2373 - 328whp and 308wtq/ 2500lbs
ARTech, EFR6258, XIDA, Maxxis RC-1, 3.63 R&P
Japanese General Lee
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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2013, 02:23:03 PM »

Thanks!  Im going to add this to my growing list of small items to purchase from Rosenthal.  laugh

'05 LO #816, Joe's intake @ 10psi, Ebay 2.5" DP, FM 2.5" mid/rear exhaust, Fab9 350hp IC, 37mm Koyo, FM check valve, FrankB's washer fluid tank, Porterfield R4S pads with Centric blanks, MR short shifter w/extension, 320mm MOMO Monte Carlo, Daikei/Boss hub, HDHCDDHT, Tein Flex 9kg/7kg, 15x9" TRM c3m, 245/40r15 Maxxis RC-1, Garagestar front fender braces, Singular hood louvers, 8" Clearwater components
2004 msm
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boost for life!

« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2015, 04:45:36 PM »

Got mine this morning

2004 VRM MSM
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« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2015, 04:54:28 PM »

I swear when I did mine a couple of months ago that it made the car a bit faster. Seriously though, for such a small investment of time and money it's very satisfying to pop the hood and see a clean valve cover.

2004 Velocity Red MSM with Flyin' Miata's Big Enchilada tuned by Ken Hill, V-Maxx Extreme adjustable coilovers, FM front sway bar, 949 Racing End Links, Boss Frog Double Hoop Roll bar, Tr Motorsports c3m 15x9 wheels with 225 45 15 Hankook Rs3's and carbotech ax6 brake pads all around.
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