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Discussion in 'Aero Tech' started by Kyle8, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. Qwikdry

    Qwikdry Well-Known Member

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    Does that heat wrap really help hold the heat in from the engine to the heat exchanger? Does it make that big of a difference?
     
  2. gtech12v

    gtech12v Well-Known Member

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    Header wraps are designed to keep the heat in the header to improve scavenging of the cylinders. Keeping the heat in the header allows the exhaust speed to remain high. (the right idea) Header wraps, by keeping the heat in the header, also reduces the radiant heat in the engine bay
     
  3. 1ST CHOICE CLEANING

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    A crack that big after 10 hrs will probably be shredded in another 10 hrs.
     
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  4. Kyle8

    Kyle8 Well-Known Member

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    Will have it changed. Monday the guy is getting a new one orderd
     

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