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I'm getting into an area where I have no experience. I am reassembling my engine with some titanium bolts. There are copper, silver and moly based anti-seize pastes in the market place. Is it necessary to use a moly based anti-seize with the titanium or will a copper/aluminum based anti-seize be adequate?

These titanium bolts weigh about 45% of the weight of steel. :thumbsup:
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Titanium has a weight advantage but also changes dimensionally with temperature fluctuations, look at the SR71 as an example. Try this site for several products from Loc-Tite with their tech specs, http://www.loctite.com/int_henkel/loctite_us/index.cfm?&pageid=114&layout=3. I use a couple of these in applications where I may want to remove the components down the road without any hassle.
Good luck.
 
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