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Intake question, sucking air in somewhere?

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Do the bolts that hold the rear engine lifting bracket on the head go through the intake housing and do they need thread sealer on them?Reason I ask is I just installed the scheid 100 hp injectors and was test driving and looking for leaks and when I spray things down with brake cleaner It is pulling it into the intake when I spray around the # 5-6 injector line/lifting bracket area.Intake cover and manifold area are ok but it is the area behind it that causes it to start sputtering when I hit it with brake cleaner, only thing I could think is if it was following the lifting braket bolts into the intake?Any ideas?

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Went and took the bolt out of mine and it's straight through, not part of the intake. Not the same as a 24V I suppose but the intakes end in the same spot :shrug:

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Well shoot, I guess now I need to replace the gasket for the intake cover.:banghead:Now that I got it all back together.:banghead:

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