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Old 03-16-2007, 09:12 PM   #1
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Thermo-Shield??

I know alot of u wouldn't need it but it just hit about 95 - 99 today plus the heat that the engine/blower gives. Im thinking about wraping some of the blower pluming up in this stuff, meybe the blower it self too. Wouldn't hurt to do the fuel lines too. Should have done my headers before I had them put on Its been getting hot as hell. I've seen some STI's wrap there **** up at car shows.

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Does anyone have any experience with this stuff? Is there a better product? Is it worth it? Any thing to help out a little bit for this summer in AZ
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Re: Thermo-Shield??

This is good stuff. The only problems i have seen with it are....
If you have cheap headers (thin walls) I have seen them warp.
I have also seen it cause quite a few collector gaskets to blow out. You have to remember that even though your engine bay isn't getting hotter, the heat can no longer dissipate, and is stuck inside the tubing. As long as your using quality parts this stuff works awesome.
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Re: Thermo-Shield??

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This is good stuff. The only problems i have seen with it are....
If you have cheap headers (thin walls) I have seen them warp.
I have also seen it cause quite a few collector gaskets to blow out. You have to remember that even though your engine bay isn't getting hotter, the heat can no longer dissipate, and is stuck inside the tubing. As long as your using quality parts this stuff works awesome.
I am going to second that as well, but also take in consideration of having them coated as a more permanent solution.
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