Author Topic: Exhaust Flex Metal Heat Shroud  (Read 665 times)

Offline Pedal2Metal

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  • Name: Rob Briggs
Exhaust Flex Metal Heat Shroud
« on: October 15, 2015, 02:51:53 PM »
Looking for a source for the flex metal heat shroud that surrounds the forward pipes coming down from the exhaust manifold...for my 60 Biarritz. Original was zinc cadmium but stainless or other metal would do. If I could get my hands on an old one it could probably be reproduced. And who makes the best repop "factory spec" exhaust system? Thanks for any advice. ROB
1931 Oakland V8 2-Door Sedan
1942 Hudson Big Boy Pickup
1958 Messerschmitt Kabinenroller 200
1960 Eldo Biarritz Bucket Seat - Heather/White
1965 Ford GT40 (CAV)
1969 Shelby GT500
1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda 4-Speed Vert
1974 Jaguar V12 E-Type Roadster

Offline Grant Owen

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  • Name: Grant Owen
Re: Exhaust Flex Metal Heat Shroud
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2015, 03:56:46 PM »
I would try an Exhaust shop that's where I got mine from here in New Zealand , it is used in Truck exhaust systems maybe harder to get now since they have Stainless now which doesn't look right as it has squared of edges. the attached pic is of one of my cars with the shield I use.

Offline Andrew Trout

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  • Name: Andrew Trout
Re: Exhaust Flex Metal Heat Shroud
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2015, 04:03:54 PM »
My Dad and I got a replacement exhaust for our '61 Convertible from Classic Exhaust http://classicexhaustinc.com

It fit great. Y pipe, muffler, straight pipe, resonator and tailpipe. We opted for the aluminum version as opposed to the stainless. We've only had it on for a little bit so I can't comment as to the durability.

I'm not sure if they make the heat shroud you're looking for, you'll need to call them.

Rochester, NY
1961 Convertible

 

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