No goop! Why do people always want to goop on a bunch of goop where goop don't need to be gooped? If you would have replaced with a new gaskets in the first place (like you know you should have) you wouldn't have this issue to begin with, now would you? You know what goop is good for? I'll tell you. Goop is good for squishing out inside the motor, breaking off, and finding it's way to the oil pump, where, consequently, it locks up the oil pump and grenades the motor. So yea, go ahead, goop it up, goop it up real good and see what that gets you.