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Exhaust heat shields - location

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Restoration almost complete!

Would greatly appreciate if someone could post pics of where heat shields no. 1 and 2 are attached. TIA

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.....or tell me where they are attached to. 

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Here you go. N/s (UK) engine mount. The corrugated piece is in addition to the original shields. 

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thanks for the photos, I am just doing the same part on mine before the engine goes back in. BTW it might be easier if you screw the top heat shield on with the bolts going from outside to inside and captive nuts mounted on the heat shield. That way it would be easier to remove the top heat shield with the engine in situ. You will need to do this for fine rear toe adjustments (so you can get to the bolt through the rubber mount / rear trailing arm).

Just a thought.

cheers

C43

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Go all the way and make large splash shield ( which never was).

Our cars need it, specially if you drive in rain.

 

 

By the time of this writing, the diamond pattern shields were replaced with WL5 pattern parts, same as on the right side (looks less "industry-like").

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On Turbo cars with Citroen + inboard brakes, you need to shield the rear left/inboard CV gaiter from the heat of the wastegate bypass pipe. Mine has deformed and hardened to the degree warranting replacement.

 

Gaiter before replacement

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