Thermo Tec 14500 Details
Keep intake air cooler with this unique lace up heat shield tube sleeve. Designed to deflect 98% of radiant heat up to 2000 degrees and can withstand direct contact up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit. The design fits from 2-1/2'' to 3-1/2'' air tubes up to 36'' long. Comes complete with four different color laces, blue, yellow, red and white. Made in the U.S.A.!Features:
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Would wrapping my aluminum intake tubing with this product be more effective in eliminating heat soke than buying the airaid 100-400 plastic intake tubing kit that y'all sell as well or are they equal in effectiveness
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