Motorcycle and ATV Gasket maker is made for two and four cycle engines. Solvent-based bond fully seals within 20 minutes. Forms a tough flexible bond that is highly effective on irregular and uneven joint surfaces. Ideal for use on frequently disassembled engines. Resists gasoline and other damaging fluids. Withstands temperatures 350°F (177°C) continuous, 400°F (204°C) intermittent.
Motorcycle and ATV Gasket maker.
For two and four cycle engines. Solvent-based bond fully seals within 20 minutes.
Forms a tough flexible bond that is highly effective on irregular and uneven joint surfaces.
Used on my 1999 KX 250 rebuild. No leaks on the crank case. If using for the water pump cover then be sure it is completely dry and let cure for 24 hours before adding coolant. If you don't it will leak. Using this on water pumps is a little trickier but possible.
I used to make certain to use Hondabond on Hondas and Yamabond on Yamahas, but let's be honest... they don't make their own chemicals. I've used Permatex Moto Seal on several engine rebuilds now and will continue to do so.
I wanted to give this 0. This stuff is solvent based - not silicone based. On contact with oil it mixes in and will end up in your screens and filters. LIke block them. Like seize your engine. Neither is it up to being covered in gas - mixes in with that too. It even mixed in with coolant! Generally, you want silicone based gasket maker or flange sealant - depending on where you are going to use it. Do your research... I would never again use this product for the uses it details as being suitable for.
on MX Bikes this is quite simply the best RTV Type sealant I've ever used BAR NONE! I Highly Recommend it to my fellow Riders & Racers! Works great on anything with 2 wheels Heck with 4 wheels as well for that matter.