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i have heard of people doing this...

yu can also save alot of money and buy this in a roll like ducttape...people use that to wrap their headers for the same reasoning of heat in the engine bay...just my :m2:

IMO that does look much cleaner than it would if it was to be wrapped with header wrap but its a few more doll hairs :bonk:
 

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Reflective Heat Tape is good stuff but not really cheap. I use alot of different insulations for hot and cold stuffs. You can wrap heat tape right around 800deg pipes and it will knock temp down below a 100 where you can then touch or hold the pipe safely. You would want Reflective Heat Tape to keep the heat out of the intake. I would say works better then the stuff off ebay This is what I mean and would only cover bout a 2ft section which maybe enough :m2:
http://www.jegs.com/p/Taylor/946133/10002/-1
Also seen they had this not sure about it Thermo-Tec Cold Air Tube Heat Shield
 

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good find man.......:thumbsup:
 

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I just went to Lowes the other day and purchased the same stuff that you was found on Jeggs and only paid like 7 or 8 bucks too...it seems to work great too. I found it in the pipe insulation area.
 

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i bought it long ago. youll need to cut holes on the wrap inorder to connect the two hose into the intake. I have a 77 kn btw.
 
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