I know, lol! We noticed that when we installed the rack and steering shaft. Didn’t want to mask off half the engine bay to paint it. This was never intended to be a true restoration.You couldn't slap a little paint on that rusty steering shaft by the firewall! come on, all that work, care and attention to detail, you have a engine compartment that would win awards! Tighten up man!
That’s good to know. This setup definitely puts out a lot of heat. On hot days, the AC had trouble keeping up. Hopefully this will help.I've got dynomat in my ride and you would not believe the difference in floor temp, mine is covered from halfway up the firewall to the tail lights, on the first long drive I pulled out the ashtray and felt the carpet, no heat at all when before it was hot to the touch, I also have long tube headers so I know it works to cut down on the floor heat.
LOL. Thanks. I was sort of forced into buying these due to fit and ground clearance concerns. Only issue was I had to slightly dent the passenger side firewall. They sure did hurt my wallet though.I really wish I could get beautiful stainless long tube headers for my '95 like the ones your's has. Mod motors get all the nice exhaust love.
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