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Old 06-01-2012, 11:26 AM   #1
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Old 06-01-2012, 12:55 PM   #2
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dunno about fire, but it'll melt the plastics. leave it like that long enough it'll burn all the way through, you'll start to see black on the outside of the plastics. i superglued some of that heat shield stuff to the plastics and it's been fine.
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have the same issue. Tony is hooking me up with some heat shield tape.. easy install and it should do the job..
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I have the same problem. My Leo pushes on the belly pan. A little heat tape and all is well. Done 6 TDs with it like that, too.
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The belly fairing on my 650 touches my Arrow Can, but they were Line-X and it hasn't melted the fairing yet.
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i had to use the heatshield tape on my bellypan. headers were touching, and slowly burning a hole.
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Yes, heat shield tape is the quick fix. Smiley's Racing Products in The Woodlands has loads of it. Summit Racing will deliver it to your door as well. TJ.
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