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This is a discussion on Cobb Heat Shield within the Engine Performance forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally Posted by erockWRX the group-s heat sheild bolts up to the transmision and does not need the stock bracket ...

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    Registered User flabele's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by erockWRX
    the group-s heat sheild bolts up to the transmision and does not need the stock bracket to work. I'm using it and it fits very nicely. Plus, they didn't bother to write their name on it and I like that. Good luck

    well maybe ill sell the cobb one and buy this one.. Got a link where u got it??

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    I have some brackets I may not use. I need to figure out when Im going to throw on a FMIC, keep in touch, might be a week and a half, but it may be a month and a half.
    My poor tranny!... someone sell me an aspen white 06 sti.

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