Got everything off ok, coulda went a little smoother had I of known the bolts on the wire looms had to come off. Anyways I got everything disassembled and the gaskets on the imrc plates seemed too big for the groove. I played with it enough and got it to fit, sat them down and put on the top gaskets then the lower manifold. As I was putting on the LAST bolt of the lower I noticed that the IMRC cable was stuck under the side of the lower manifold. After a few choice swears I got everything disassembled again and noticed that now both upper and lower gaskets on the IMRC plates were ripped...****ing great! I threw everything together just to get the car on my side of the garage for the week. Thing idles at 3400rpm and you hear the vaccum leak BIG TIME. Anyways I was wondering if anybody had any tips on keeping the IMRC cable on the back side of the intake, and a good way of keeping the gaskets in place. How much do new lower gaskets cost from ford? Will the new ones be bigger then the groves like the old ones were? Also can somebody post a pic of their engine bay or atleast the upper intake so I can see how all the hoses are routed.