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  1. slayer

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    ORANGE ! My favorite color. Gotta change that dipstick tho. LOL
     
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    Is that high temp powder on your shield? Another member coated his and it caught fire
     
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    If it catches on fire, floor and it go out in a burning flame of glory. That's my motto.
     
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    ???? It's powder coated & cooked at 400 degrees. Should I worry??
     
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    Yes. It could still start on fire. Have you ran it yet?
     
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    Exhaust manifolds easily can run 1200 degrees, when a manifold glows red the the temps run about 1600 degrees. Heat shields are bolted directly to the manifold, some real concern about the heat that is transferred to the heat shield.
     
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    Get some nice looking wing bolts and another shield and use the PC shield at shows.
     
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    Just ran it for a few miles yesterday.
     

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