I was wondering if anyone in here could shead some light on this subject.
On some of my bevels, the former owners has used both a paper gasket and an aluminum/metal gasket on the cylinderbase (between cylinder and engineblock face.
On my 900 SS the rear cylinder had a paper gasket, then the aluminum/metalgasket and then another paper gasket.
On my 900 GTS both cylinders has a paper gasket first, then an aluminum/metalgasket and then another paper gasket.
My question is - whats the purpose?
- Lower compression?
- a better seal?
- Other reason?
Any thoughts / knowhow on the subject is appreciated