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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-26-2007, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Question heatsheild???

i have noticed that the brake master cly. gets very hot during a drive..the clutch master must get hot also...i mes. it at 180-240 degrees..this cannot be good for it..have any of you made a heatsheild to you car at that point?..i am going to make a cardboad templet this weekend..pro. out of sheet alum.
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There was a picture or two floating around in here somewhere of the factory sheild. (maby up in the 'show us your engine' thread?)

Granted it didn't come on all models/years, but one did exist at some point in time.




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Ah, here's one and another for reference.




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Ah, here's one and another for reference.
that is standard on the S4 - hence the manifold on an S4 is different - it has two M6 mounting studs on headers 1 & 4

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S3's should have the cast lugs but no machine work done to them though.

I know for sure msiert's has the lugs with no machining or shield, ('91 S4) and this photo shared by Green Dragon from a shop he was at certainly shows the lugs clearly enough on as far back as '68 or '69.

T'would be simple enough to drill and tap the bosses then put the studs in for an S4 shield or custom fabbed one.




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In the event the lugs aren't present, or a header is in use, T-bolts clamped to the manifold or header tubes could be a suitable mounting solution.




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