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Old 01-27-2004, 02:43 PM   #11
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ZZP sells a better crossover heat shield, but I'm not sure it will fit a Series 1. You can get an idea from it, though. Every little bit helps, but heat shielding around the filter should be your primary concern.
I sell a Air Intake Tube Heat Shield that will fit ANY tube!
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I was referring to the crossover pipe heat shield......for those that don't wanna cover the pretty pipes
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I'd hate to cover my red intake pipe, it looks too nice all polished up. If they sold that heat wrap in red I'd consider it. And I'd take it off for show. I'll have to check this crossover heat shield idea out. Will, do you think I can modify the Series 2 to fit mine? It can't be too different, right? I'll check their site now.
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ZZP sells a better crossover heat shield, but I'm not sure it will fit a Series 1. You can get an idea from it, though. Every little bit helps, but heat shielding around the filter should be your primary concern.
I sell a Air Intake Tube Heat Shield that will fit ANY tube!
Air Tube Cover Kit
I was referring to the crossover pipe heat shield......for those that don't wanna cover the pretty pipes
Well in that case there'* this:
Versa-Shield
Or this too:
Exhaust Wraps
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ZZP sells a better crossover heat shield, but I'm not sure it will fit a Series 1. You can get an idea from it, though. Every little bit helps, but heat shielding around the filter should be your primary concern.
I sell a Air Intake Tube Heat Shield that will fit ANY tube!
Air Tube Cover Kit
I was referring to the crossover pipe heat shield......for those that don't wanna cover the pretty pipes
Well in that case there'* this:
Versa-Shield
Or this too:
Exhaust Wraps
NOW we're talking!

Pete, you want me to take one for the team?
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ZZP sells a better crossover heat shield, but I'm not sure it will fit a Series 1. You can get an idea from it, though. Every little bit helps, but heat shielding around the filter should be your primary concern.
I sell a Air Intake Tube Heat Shield that will fit ANY tube!
Air Tube Cover Kit
I was referring to the crossover pipe heat shield......for those that don't wanna cover the pretty pipes
Well in that case there'* this:
Versa-Shield
Or this too:
Exhaust Wraps
NOW we're talking!

Pete, you want me to take one for the team?
Sure! Will that fit on the crossover?
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ZZP sells a better crossover heat shield, but I'm not sure it will fit a Series 1. You can get an idea from it, though. Every little bit helps, but heat shielding around the filter should be your primary concern.
I sell a Air Intake Tube Heat Shield that will fit ANY tube!
Air Tube Cover Kit
I was referring to the crossover pipe heat shield......for those that don't wanna cover the pretty pipes
Well in that case there'* this:
Versa-Shield
Or this too:
Exhaust Wraps
NOW we're talking!

Pete, you want me to take one for the team?
Sure! Will that fit on the crossover?
The wrap will for sure. So will the Versa-Shield.
Both can be cut to fit!
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