It's pretty straight forward. The only thing I did special was allow for the RTV to set up for a while prior to reinstalling the intake, then allow it to cure for
24 hours before starting the engine.
The other precaution to prevent future occurrences is to try to move the EGR pipe as far away from the intake/block mating area and some suggest wrapping it to further protect from heat expansion.
Try googling it and read a few of the different write-ups to get familiarized with the similarities and differences between them. Good luck!
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