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2.4 Intake Manifold Question

i found a used parts site that sells the 2.4 intake manifold for cheap (as low as $60) but im assuming it doesnt come with gaskets or any of that. i know i need the four rubber gaskets that go in the air channels but can't find them anywhere. what else do i need? (i'm swapping the 2.4 IM to an 05 2.2) maybe the throttle body later but someone told me you need tuning (for the TB not the manifold), anyone know? thanks and sorry if this has been asked 50 times.

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throttle body later but someone told me you need tuning (for the TB not the manifold), anyone know? .
this is true.

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anyone know what components inlc gaskets and where to get them?

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you can get the gaskets from parts service at your local GM dealer, you can order any little piece you want there, they might not be in stock be they will order it for you.

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Try a localparts store like Autozone, Pepboys or Oreillys.



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or just get the kit from crateenginedepot.com



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i'm thinking i could probably save about $100 if I pieced it together, the CED kit is about $250 I think.

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i was in luck my person whom i bought my 2.4 intake manifold off of is giving me all the gaskets and what not for a good price.

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