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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    are there any aftermarket gasket options available?
    Gaskets are ubiquitous:

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    perhaps a nice lush soft fibre gasket and some indian head, assuming deck and head are true.

    I've had good luck with felpro kits...

    also.. it goes without saying.. but are they being re torqued after being warmed?

    soundguy

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Thanks to all of you for your comments. I plan to use the after-market head bolts. I may machine up a soft copper head gasket.
    I will let you know how it goes.

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Quote Originally Posted by danthefamilyman View Post
    I plan to use the after-market head bolts. I may machine up a soft copper head gasket.
    Headbolts or studs?
    When making a headgasket you have to consider volumetric effiency. This directly affects engine performace, fuel economy, and longevity. Not to mention the EPA. Be careful.
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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Y385T cylinder gaskets with different quality. You'd better find good one .
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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Hey Dan the family man:

    Any UPDATES on your setup??? It has been a year and still wondering if you got it all back to running and if so how things were doing & how many miles/hours you had on her.

    thanks

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    I would be interested in a update too. I would like to see some pictures of the setup.

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Wow, that is a great testimony for the y385 engine, if you ever need parts give us a call!!

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Hello Everyone,
    I have still not replaced the head gasket, I will be getting to it once summer is over and I get it into the shop. The Mazda has 40,000 miles on it with the Jinma engine and other than the head gasket, the engine and pickup are in great shape. I will be selling the pickup this fall and moving onto my next project. If any of you are interested in it, please let me know, my email is dan@psi-mfg.com

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    Default Re: Jima Y385T powered Mazda Pickup

    Quote Originally Posted by danthefamilyman View Post
    Hello Everyone,
    I have still not replaced the head gasket, I will be getting to it once summer is over and I get it into the shop. The Mazda has 40,000 miles on it with the Jinma engine and other than the head gasket, the engine and pickup are in great shape. I will be selling the pickup this fall and moving onto my next project. If any of you are interested in it, please let me know, my email is dan@psi-mfg.com
    HEY Dan: Any luck getting the JM-Mazda up running and sold or still got it going?? Would be great to know what projects ya got going and your old pickup's status, just read up on a kubota powered car wining/tying with the GREEN energy awards in the BUILD IT YOURSELF forum ( http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...ar-really.html )

    ANYHOW STAY IN TOUCH!

    Mark
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