Throttle fixes everything. Love is kissing your rear bumper into a snowbank at 40 mph and not leaving a scratch. If hookers carried active differentials in their purses and knew how to use 'em, I wouldn't be married. Left-foot braking fixes everything the throttle doesn't fix, including impotence and poor self-esteem. Banging off a rev limiter while looking out a car's side window and slamming into a steering stop will cure cancer. If the car isn't moving around under power, you are a small, testicle-free squirrel. The handbrake fixes everything left-foot braking doesn't fix, including philosophical issues with most major religions and the heartbreakingly impossible question of what you should have for dinner*.
I've always received metal zip ties. GL with that doo hickey.
are the zip ties heat resistant enough for a manifold ?
Post subject: Re: manifold wrapping question
Posted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:01 pm
Not Really Past the Hazing
Joined: Thu Feb 09, 2006 11:52 pm Posts: 1402
I recommend not wrapping. It causes the metal to corrode faster and can be a big sponge for flammable liquids. I've used it before and to me it's not worth the tiny increase in performance. If you are trying to protect other things from the heat, use a metal shield/foil instead. Oh, and you could get them coated as well to hold in the heat.
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