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Old 05-13-2019, 07:31 AM
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Hello
I under estimated the heat issue with the full race pro street mani, its coated and heat wrapped. But that didn't stopped it from burning hoses and all! I've seen pictures of great heat shields on here with the pro street mani.

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Old 05-13-2019, 01:21 PM
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DEI makes a heat shield for wires/hoses that works very well.

I had issues with the hood, fender, and shock tower getting too hot. Im certain it would have baked the paint off if I hadn't done something about it. I got this generic heat barrier that I put on the bottom side of the hood and on the shock tower. Hands down the best thermal barrier I have ever used. It is extremely sticky, so no issues with it peeling off from too much heat.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00029KC2K/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00029KC2K/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Can confirm: thermo-tec is good stuff. It works. I had a dumptube withing two inches of my AC line on a DC2 and that stuff protected it for YEARS.
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Originally Posted by bruthaboost View Post
Can confirm: thermo-tec is good stuff. It works. I had a dumptube withing two inches of my AC line on a DC2 and that stuff protected it for YEARS.
My problem was I used autozone he wrap which is not meant for it at all. I went with a similar product that full race sells. Lucky it was on sale lol but its metallic foil. I need to customize a heat shield how ever. I'm going to try to install my stock heat shield and bend it to fit lol.
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I'm using an inconel heat sheild made by ATP (Advanced Thermal Products). Advanced Thermal Products

It's under their "alloy racing covers" section, and they have a template for the Full Race ramhorn manifold.

It was not cheap ($700 iirc), but beats melting everything around the manifold

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Originally Posted by S2K-F8 View Post
I'm using an inconel heat sheild made by ATP (Advanced Thermal Products). Advanced Thermal Products

It's under their "alloy racing covers" section, and they have a template for the Full Race ramhorn manifold.

It was not cheap ($700 iirc), but beats melting everything around the manifold

Hope that helps
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U got pics?
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Originally Posted by S2kMano View Post
U got pics?
Thanks bro, man 700 bucks is a lot, but it's what I need to get
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Originally Posted by S2kMano View Post
U got pics?
If you follow the link I posted, go under alloy racing covers then there is a S2000 gallery with pics of the Full Race cover (not my car)
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Originally Posted by S2K-F8 View Post
If you follow the link I posted, go under alloy racing covers then there is a S2000 gallery with pics of the Full Race cover (not my car)
Yessir I saw the pics and it also makes it look nice lol. Ima gonna call them here in the next 5 mins
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Originally Posted by S2kMano View Post
U got pics?

the only pic I have currently on my phone. If you want other pics/angles let me know
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