bspidell at comcast.net
Fri May 15 18:27:39 MDT 2015
re: " .... Of course this works best on SS pipe."
Works fine on mild steel pipes, too.
On 5/15/2015 2:23 PM, Alan Seigrist wrote:
> I usually get best results using header tape around exhaust in the
> areas where I want less heat. Of course this works best on SS pipe.
> On Saturday, May 16, 2015, Larry Varley <varley at cosmos.net.au
> <mailto:varley at cosmos.net.au>> wrote:
> Hi Guys, I'm interested in others opinions of Dynamat insulation.
> I tried it in my V8 powered Vanguard ute, and found it to be
> totally useless as a heat insulator. In fact the where the exhaust
> ran under the floor with about 3 inches clearance you could
> literally fry an egg on the silver surface of the dynamat after an
> hours driving. It worked great as a sound insulation material and
> dramatically reduced the noise in the ute's small cabin. What have
> others found with using it? Any better alternatives?
> Larry Varley
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