Dei Cool-tape Thermal Insulating Heat Barrier 1-1/2" X 30 Ft Roll High Temp 1.5" on 2040-parts.com
Pflugerville, Texas, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:010416 / SELF ADHESIVE Intake heat wrap 1.5"
Heat Tape, Self-Adhesive Insulating Tape
1 1/2 in. wide x 30 ft. long
Part # 010416
Cool-Tape™ offers a flexible, easy to apply and ultra light weight solution to reflect heat away from important components such as wrapping wiring and cables to hoses, fuel lines and covering seams. Cool-Tape can be shaped and easily trimmed to size for a professional finished look. Made of one mil aluminized material bonded to woven fiberglass, Cool-Tape has a super strong self-adhesive backing capable of protecting up to 2000°F radiant heat and available in two different widths and three different lengths.
• Withstands 2000°F radiant heat
• Flexible and easy to apply
• Strong self-adhesive backing
• Thin for a tight wrap
Exhaust Manifolds for Sale
Wed, 18 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Mercedes-Benz is previewing its eagerly anticipated CLA sedan at an event in Los Angeles this week before providing a more detailed look at the Beijing motor show with the unveiling of the latest in a long line of concept cars, the 2.0-liter, 208-hp, four-cylinder-powered Concept Style Coupe. Pictured here officially for the first time, the heavily sculptured four-door reveals the dramatic appearance that the next junior Mercedes-Benz sedan will carry into North American showrooms in 2013. Advancing the look first established on the F800 Style concept wheeled out at the 2010 Geneva motor show, the Concept Style Coupe is clothed in a four-door body that makes extensive use of concave and convex surfaces to provide its exterior with what Mercedes-Benz design boss Gorden Wagener describes as “an almost fluid appearance and constantly altering depth.”
The car has a large gaping grille known to insiders as a soft-nose treatment, striking headlamps with LED graphics, a heavily curved roofline, a shallow glasshouse, a high waistline, frameless doors and a trio of sharply creased lines along its flanks.
Tue, 14 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The new Vauxhall Adam (and its European sibling, the Opel Adam) have their debut at the Paris Motor Show when the order book opens. We’re still not entirely convinced that the Vauxhall Adam has enough individuality to be a star in the marketplace, but it looks a decent offering nonetheless. Its styling is distinctly generic – it looks like a mish-mash of ideas from successful competitors – but Vauxhall is promising much for the Adam with extreme levels of customisation and lots of high-end toys, even if many will be cost options.
Thu, 02 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
That meant the Urban Crossover Concept from Geneva in 2012 turning in to the new Peugeot 2008 at the start of 2013 – before heading to Geneva 2013 for its public debut – and with that other French car maker, Renault, going a similar route with the Clio-based Captur, it’s clear the French see the future of compact cars moving away from hatchbacks to something more rugged. But unlike the Captur – which was a bit of a disappointing looking Clio on stilts – the Peugeot 2008 does look a more convincing offering, even if it’s a more generic-looking compact SUV than the Nissan Juke and would, for our money, be the pick over the Captur. Peugeot are targeting 8,000 sales a year in the UK for the 2008, and with prices starting at £12,995 and heading up to around £19,000 it seems, if anything, a quite modest target, especially as Peugeot reckons 65 per cent of 2008 customers will be new to the brand.