From another forum, but thought it might be useful for those of a mechanical persuasion..... After spending fooking loads on gaskets from Mr Honda I hit upon an idea. To save a few sheckles I scanned the new gaskets on my scanner. Then saved the image as a PDF. I used PDF as it doesn't alter the size of the image. Then what you do is get a sheet of gasket paper and feed it into your printer. print the image, make sure you set the printer prefs to "full size" or "actual size", and then you have a perfet gasket once you cut it out. Gaskets for pennies. For the holes where the bolts goes through I used a hole punch. Its spot on for an M6 bolt. Currently seeing if I can get a blade suitable for cutting the gasket paper on my vinyl plotter/cutter. Saves a few quid if you do a fair amount of your own work. Gasket paper is as cheap as chips on Eblagg. A generator gasket for the VTR is around 12 quid. I've worked out that doing it myself has worked out to 6p. I can print and cut one quicker than going to a stealer to pick one up.