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Old 05-23-2012, 03:50 PM   #74
Faster_Gun
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Originally Posted by paulpat View Post
insulation is insulation. Its not like it can tell which way the heat is going. Reference -Physics.

the wrap on the dp can only help right?
My thought process behind wrapping the piping first is that the engine itself gets pretty toasty. I have a turbo blanket and heatshield that I can touch so I don't think that much heat escaping off the turbo. I want to keep the colder side of the I/C as insulated as possible because presumably the charge is cooler than the engine bay temp.
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