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Old 02-19-2004, 07:31 PM   #11
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Pretty sure wrap is wrap is wrap. That heat shield looks a little small to be effective, can you notice a difference? Wrapping would probably help with KR too, wouldnt it?
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I think im gonna go with a dei heat wrap, supposed to insulate the exhaust really well, better than the stock heat shields
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Keep us posted on the cost of that one, the amount and width of the wrap you buy, and how it looks! This is something I'm interested in.
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Do they make wrap for the Series 1 in particular?
Well here you go then....I sell the complete line of DEI & CryO2 products.
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I had picked up a 30' x 3" of Thermo-Tec'* heat wrap last summer for my 1994 SLE. Never got around to putting it on yet, but I will probably end up putting it on there and getting a heat shield made for it also -hopefully by the time the track opens.
I hope to place my order for the Series II heat shield, TB spacer and another roll of Thermo-Tec in the next month to put on my 1999 SSEi.
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get a custom set made....i did at muffler shop that does hi-performance exhaust ....good price under 375
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Hmm thats sorta expensive for something you gotta cut up. We could probably get some SS sheeting cheaper and make one that fits even better.
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get a custom set made....i did at muffler shop that does hi-performance exhaust ....good price under 375
Custom made are always the best! That way not only do they look "Unique" by you can tell everyone that "I Made That"! too. Don't get me wrong here....I like selling items too. I still feel that making it yourself definately OUTWEIGHS buying ANY item! I sell items to people that either can't make it themselves or are just wanting it quicker than making it themselves.
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