There can't really be any fairy dust in that kit, so you might as well go generic. I've only once repacked an exhaust, you better wait until somebody else chimes in, but until then, read this: If the exhaust has a perforated core (which I'll assume it has), first wrap a layer of stainless steel wool around that, to prevent premature blowout (pun intended) of the packing material. Now for repacking, I used those wool mats which have some very fine strands of plastic fiber woven in, which melt when when you first fire it up to allow for the packing material to fill out the space completely. Additionally, grab some eletricians tape or thin plastic thread to keep the material tight around the core for easier re-installation. Again, this will melt when you first fire it up. It is also worth noting that there are gas tight rivets, which you might wanna order a dozen or two of.