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Re: Hood insulation / engine heat thinking

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Old 05-04-2005, 11:16 AM
gmccx
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Re: Hood insulation / engine heat thinking


That could well be, especially since I originally bought the car used
and so have no way to know what happened to it prior to my owning it. I
guess the main reason I was thinking of engine heat was just because it
was in about the exact right place to have been caused by such.

If it wasn't heat that got it, then I won't need to worry about it
happening again, assuming my new paint is done well enough.

Mista Bone wrote:
> not the engine heat, likley smeone got aggressive at one time with a buffer,
> then the paint broke down faster than surrounding arears.
>
>
> "gmccx" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>
>>I own a 95 black (pearl) Del Sol. Over time, the combination of engine
>>heat and (probably) heat from the sun in the summer combined to sort of
>>'burn' a light-ish section of the hood exterior. (the area was in a bit
>>of a circle and looked like a dirty silver)
>>
>>I have recently had most of the car (including the hood) repainted and
>>I'd like to avoid that happening again in a few years.
>>
>>Has anyone ever heard of, or done, something like putting some of the
>>sort of insulation used under car hoods inside a Del Sol or Civic?
>>The only down side I could think of would be the possibility of trapping
>>engine heat in such a way that the engine would be hurt. That would not
>>be a good trade off.




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George

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