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Need a heat shield for my bhaf . Anyone know where i can get one? Thanks guys :peelout
 

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I can make you one if you would like
 

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I have the aluminum stock and access to shears and a box and pan brake. Name a price and we can go from there
 

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Do you have a pic of one you have made? You just tell me the price . Dont wanna insult you :w::thumbsup
 

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alright well give me an email address and i can send you some pics of it and the install of it.
 

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alright well give me an email address and i can send you some pics of it and the install of it.
Can't you post them?? I am sure others would love to see it.
 

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Ok, I can do that. Im actually in the process of getting the pictures as we speak, I dont have a camera and I had the pics taken on my buddies, so he is emailing them to me as we speak. Should have them up soon
 

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POST EM BUD LET'S SEE EM :thumbsup:thud:
 

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How do i order it ? how much ???
 

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Paint maybe a little runny, but I was rushed plus i was stoked that the i got the filter and just put it in. Cant see the run marks now cuz the filter covers em
 

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Ummm just go on the cummins database theres a free template
 

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is it really important that you need to use a heat sheild with the BHAF?


it woul probably be the first mod i do, and dont really have the machines to make a heatshield.
 

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is it really important that you need to use a heat sheild with the BHAF?


it woul probably be the first mod i do, and dont really have the machines to make a heatshield.
The reason of the heat shield is to keep the heat of the turbo from melting the filter. It's only paper and plastic so if it were to sit next to a turbo that runs above 300 degrees and even hotter, thats just asking for trouble. :CRY:
 

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no machines needed, a piece of aluminum or diamond plate and some tin snips. ten inute job.
 

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I sent you PM re: ordering plain jane heatshield. did you get it.??
 
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