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Question Cooler firewall/floor

Does anyone know of a company that makes insulation to cover the up pipes, turbo (exhaust side) and the exhaust down pipe? I would like a pre-fabricated kit sized for the piping on the 7.3L. I would prefer not to use a do it your self wrap with ss/hose clamps. The firewall and passenger side floorboard gets over 140 when towing. Yes my firewall insulation is intact. I am familliar with marine exhaust lagging and am looking for something like that for my truck.
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Re: Cooler firewall/floor

Your best bet would be to find a shipyard that does engine overhauls on tugs and stuff and ask them where they get their lagging pads made up. The new ones are nice, not all asbestos and fiberglass to make a mess over time. My ferry had nice ones it when it came out of the shipyard with new engines

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Re: Cooler firewall/floor

Try Jeg's ei: Dynalliner, Durakool mat, Cool it Teat Barrier...Just a few, and Summitt Racing also has the stuff. Worked very well on the other toy.


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Lizard skin its expensive but they say it is good stuff!

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Re: Cooler firewall/floor

Hot Lag Insulation i have used this stuff on some of the coast guard boats its awesome I the name of the company is Halyard
http://halyard.eu.com/NoiseVibration...cessories.aspx


we also use ATP / marine wrap it good also
http://www.atpwrap.com/

this stuff is a pain to mess with and make sure you wear long sleeves cover your self in baby powder b/c you will have glass all over you

little hit spray with a fine mist of water helps knock down on the dust


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