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I don't think it's anything you NEED, but can definitely see the benefits I suppose. I thought about ceramic coating mine, but decided to only do my ex mani.
 

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This mixed with a manifold shield would help lower intake temps a fair bit. Because of the setup of the turbo, charge air temps are extremely high. I would like it Perrin would bring out their manifold shield.

"We are onto the 3rd version and so far we have gotten a huge drop in surface temps on the turbo, like 400+ degrees on the surface!"


Here is the link for the shield
http://www.evoxforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5968

400 degree drop just from covering the manifold than add in a turbo shield that could mean some serious temperature dropping and nice gains from the cooler air
 

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That thread was from 08, did they ever produce anything regarding the heat shield.
 

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lil bump bump in case perrin can see this thread lol
 

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Due to many turbo kits and manifold designs, you can't get a one heat shield to fit them all, i guess ceramic coating and additional heat wrap is the only way to go.

Anyways i contacted DEi and they said it's not meant for stock turbo, but T25/T28 might be a good fit.
 

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This mixed with a manifold shield would help lower intake temps a fair bit. Because of the setup of the turbo, charge air temps are extremely high. I would like it Perrin would bring out their manifold shield.

"We are onto the 3rd version and so far we have gotten a huge drop in surface temps on the turbo, like 400+ degrees on the surface!"


Here is the link for the shield
http://www.evoxforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5968

400 degree drop just from covering the manifold than add in a turbo shield that could mean some serious temperature dropping and nice gains from the cooler air
good post never seen this from perrin
 

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I use a DEI heat sheild, on a 6266 vband turbo. Note that if you're getting one of the larger 35r turbos, you need the t4 blanket from DEI rather than the T3 blanket.

Fits great, and I love dei products.
 

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so which one is for stock/green turbo?
 
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