Engineered and manufactured for repair environments that need to seal imperfect sealing surfaces -- Produced specifically for repair environments that need to seal imperfect sealing surfaces
The world's first patent-pending cork-rubber formulation is engineered to perform
Superior seal - Adaptable to imperfect surfaces to accommodate the imperfect seal
FELP-PRO GASKET SET INCLUDES EVERY PART NEEDED FOR THE REPAIR ORDERING A separate set won't be effective
Tested in the REAL WORLD - Parts are tested on the vehicle and validated to ensure optimal performance
Questions & Answers
Can this gasket be used on the 24 valves on a Honda element 2003?
If you have a K20 or K24 engine, it will fit
Suppose I want to replace both the valve cover gasket and oil pan gasket on my 2007 Honda accord. Can I buy one set of these gaskets to do both jobs?
A gasket for the oil pan is not used on the Honda Accord engine. In place of a sealant, there is a hondabond
What is the fitment of this on the 2002 Honda Civic ?
I'm not sure what would fit on the Civic, but it would fit on the 02 Honda CRV. 6 months later, the new gasket started to leak again, so I had to replace it once again. For the second time, I purchased one from NAPA. No leaks have been reported.
How do I know if this fits my 2005 Honda Crv?
You may contact me at the following email address. A 2005 Honda CRV with a 2 liter engine has the VS50614R Valve Cover Gasket Set from Fel Pro. An engine with a 4L displacement.
Selected User Reviews For FEL-PRO VS 50614 R Valve Cover Gasket Set
Same quality as OEM but at a much lower price
On the K24, the fit and seal are perfect. There are no grommets or spark plug seals that need to be replaced. Please make sure that you line up the valve cover before you slide it into place. Slide it in instead of sliding it in, otherwise the gasket will stretch out. Push it straight down, and if the corners don't line up, remove the gasket and adjust it until it fits correctly. It's not a good idea to bend the gasket again. As well as the spark plug tube gasket, you should change the spark plugs. It is the same if your valve cover gasket is hard or brittle that your spark plug gasket is. You don't want to go back in later because you were too lazy or because you thought that it was still good since it wasn't leaking. Do it right the first time so you don't have to go back in later. In this kit, you get two different types of batteries. For the K20 motor, the soft one is used. I find the K24 to be the most difficult. As for the stock one, it will probably be a bit stuck in the cover, but I dug it out using a curved pick without scratching the plastic. It will be easier to install the spark plug if you rub a little oil in the hole and on the After pushing it into place, it will stay in Unlike the old Honda motors, which you had to depressed or beat into gear, this one is smooth and efficient. This is my second time using Fel- Many imports have been made with no problems by pro gasket. The majority of the time when people encounter any issue, it is related Don't rush. Take your time, and follow the torque specs and tightening sequences the manufacturer instructs you to follow. Even if you don't have access to a manual, there is a wealth of information available on the internet in the form of videos and websites. Wishing you the best of luck!.
| Dec 28, 2020
I am very pleased with the As well as the new spark plug seals and grommets, they fit right in
The price is excellent!.
| Sep 15, 2020
A valve cover gasket kit that is the best for Gen- The Honda CR-V has 2 engines Valve cover gaskets like this are hard to find
My cap nut fit perfectly, looked very well made, and even came with grommets and washers that go inside the cap nut holes. I installed it easily and it is leak-free. It was installed on my Honda CR-V in 2003.
| Feb 17, 2021
This kit contains a large number of parts that are made in Japan! In the market for a 2004 Honda CRV EX 4WD (built in Japan)
A lot of good things have been said The perfect gasket is the Perma-Gasket from Pro Gaskets The VCGs are dry and blue in color. The fit was perfect without the need to stretch out anything. It may surprise you, but when you stretch a gasket, it is one of the primary causes of valve covers leaking. One of the biggest surprises was that all of the key components were manufactured in Japan (see the photo posted above). Besides the valve cover grommets, there is I believe only one component not made in Japan, but in China.
| Apr 26, 2021
It fits as if it were original
A valve cover gasket, tube seals, coil tube seals, and grommets were included in this kit. A blue permadry gasket is used on the valve cover There is no problem with anything fitting as it should. Buying this is a good deal - it is oem quality at a great price, and from what the packaging states, everything is made in Japan except the tube seals which are made in China. Here is a quote for a 2003 Honda CR-V.
| Jan 02, 2021
Grommets for valve cover springs are included as well! As part of the 100K+ Mile valve adjustment, I replaced the gasket, even though it probably was not necessary
A great gasket has been installed. Do not worry if there is an oil droplet in the corners. Just dab hondabond (I used red RTV) on them and you will not see any As my spark plug tubes did not leak, I did not use the spark plug tube rings. There is a chrome valve on the A surprise bonus was the grommets on the cover.
| Jul 16, 2020
For the very first time, I bought this brand, and I'll be purchasing it again soon. I liked that the valve gasket stayed in place, not like the old ones I used to buy that would fall off the valve cover as soon as you flipped it over. I also liked the quality of the groomets and plug seals. Whenever there is a change, I will update.
| May 19, 2021
The OEM gaskets I've used have had a significantly higher success rate than aftermarket ones
I installed two and they The OEM gaskets I've used have had a significantly higher success rate than aftermarket ones.
| Oct 17, 2020