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Old 02-07-2012, 12:49 PM
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Thanks for the tips. I won't be able to use the car for about 5 weeks or so,
Plenty of time to relocate the battery to the trunk and tuck the fuse box behind the fender
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:18 PM
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Well, the car sits sbout 80 miles away from where I live now. So it's just the weekends I have the chance to do something. And the next 5 saturdays I'm already busy... But at least I'll get to make a heat shield! I have an idea how to make it. hehe
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@cmn: beautiful car, nice build, solid numbers at 13psi. That's a great setup.

@S2K-F8: do you have pics or a separate thread where you relocated the heater valve under the wiper cowl? I'd love to see how that was done.
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@S2K-F8: do you have pics or a separate thread where you relocated the heater valve under the wiper cowl? I'd love to see how that was done.
I don't....so I sent you a PM!
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Old 02-07-2012, 10:38 PM
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@S2K-F8: do you have pics or a separate thread where you relocated the heater valve under the wiper cowl? I'd love to see how that was done.
I don't....so I sent you a PM!
Hmm. I would be interested in that too!
I sent an e-mail to ATP about the wrap for the manifold. But it looks like that's not going to happen... They said they first need a pic of the manifold (no problem of course), but they will also need the manifold itself in house to make the wrap! I have no chance what so ever to take the manifold off the car again (a lot of work, for one thing), and then be several weeks without it. So I guess I'll have to find some other solution then.
It will also cost a whole lot to send the manifold both over there from Norway and back...
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forget that it would be hundreds in shipping, just heat shield things around it and you should fine, but i do recommend relocating the battery and fusebox
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What about using heat wrap for the manifold and a turbo blanket for the hot side? I was thinking about doing the ATP but didn't know they are in Norway. Although I do have the manifold sitting in my room. Any idea what they charge to wrap it?
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What about using heat wrap for the manifold and a turbo blanket for the hot side? I was thinking about doing the ATP but didn't know they are in Norway. Although I do have the manifold sitting in my room. Any idea what they charge to wrap it?

ATP is not in Norway, the OP is.


I forgot who I asked but I believe it was just about 400 ATP covering on their mani and around 300 for the turbo hotside.
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Ah ok...fail on my part. Is it worth getting it done? I wonder if I send them my manifold if they can make the cover for it then just make you another so you can put it on yours.
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Nice build man ! You definitely need to relocate your fusebox.
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