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insulation #167946
Wed Mar 30 2005 08:02 PM
Wed Mar 30 2005 08:02 PM
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WE b OLD  Offline OP
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Joined: Feb 2001
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marion, in. usa
i have ordered the spray glue that horvath recomended so i can insulate the 54. what can i use to cut down the noise from the engine. like a under hood pad. also will the cast aluminum valve covers help with this? i can't do anything with the floor and back wall til i move the gas tank. i plan to use the water heater jacket on the fire wall. ron


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Re: insulation #167947
Wed Mar 30 2005 09:28 PM
Wed Mar 30 2005 09:28 PM
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don meyer  Offline
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st cloud, fl
I had the same problem. I ended up spraying the underside w/paintable undercoat & painted it blk. Alum valve covers do not help w/noise. The plastic ones are better at noise control.
Don


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