indivia N1 carbon fiber heat shield 2010 wrx! HELP!!!!!!!
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This is a discussion on indivia N1 carbon fiber heat shield 2010 wrx! HELP!!!!!!! within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just bought a Indivia N1 cat back exhaust (full turbo back in spring) and from what I read I ...

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    indivia N1 carbon fiber heat shield 2010 wrx! HELP!!!!!!!

    I just bought a Indivia N1 cat back exhaust (full turbo back in spring) and from what I read I need a bumper heat shield. I cant seem to find one that I can buy. Anyone know where I can find one? it is for the 2010 wrx hatchback. I can find one for the sedan but not that hatchback that I own. i really would rather buy the heat shield than have my bumper melt! HELP!

    thanks once again guys and gals

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    Longer hangars should do it and are pretty inexpensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato View Post
    Longer hangars should do it and are pretty inexpensive
    that will stop my bumper from melting? where do I get these? thanks so much

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    Yup it makes the exhaust sit lower, i would go with 12mm, rallysportdirect.com has them.
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    Unless its touching or rubbing against the bumper I wouldn't worry about.

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