Any comments on Vesrah brand gaskets

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Any comments on Vesrah brand gaskets

Post by tcoholmes »

Any comments on Vesrah brand (made in Japan) top end gaskets? I know using Honda OEM gaskets is the best way to go but price is a concern. Ebay has ‘complete’ Vesrah brand engine gasket sets that look very enticing.
Any feedback would be very much appreciated.

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Re: Any comments on Vesrah brand gaskets

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Tried them and ended up replacing them with OEM. They're thinner and the o rings for the oil orifices don't fit that good.
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On things that really count its hard not to go oem.
It's not what you buy, it's what you build.
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Re: Any comments on Vesrah brand gaskets

Post by thrasherg »

I had similar results to MJSantos, I rebuilt two RZ350 Yamaha engines and used Vesrah gasket kits, everything worked great except the head gaskets, they leaked on both engines, so I ended up using OEM head gaskets on both engines, that was 4 years ago and never had any problem with either engine. so in general Vesrah seems reasonable, but do not use their head gaskets, go OEM (based on my experience.


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