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    Turbo masking

    hi,

    How I can masking my turbo in hull for best?? I want save my hull inside from turbo 's hot. If you have any pics please send it.

    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by repsol View Post
    hi,

    How I can masking my turbo in hull for best?? I want save my hull inside from turbo 's hot. If you have any pics please send it.

    thanks
    What ski? RXT or RXP or RXP-X or RXT-X ??????? etc.. BTW, what do you mean by "masking" ? Do you mean putting shields from heat, so your hull does not burn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer 1 View Post
    What ski? RXT or RXP or RXP-X or RXT-X ??????? etc.. BTW, what do you mean by "masking" ? Do you mean putting shields from heat, so your hull does not burn?
    RXT, else yes, I'd like save my hull does not burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by repsol View Post
    RXT, else yes, I'd like save my hull does not burn.
    can you post pictures of the concentrated parts that you want to protect? Have you ever heard of a Legendary Turbo forum member here that goes for the call sign RXPDOO , "Bari" nice guy and well respected here. He earned it. PM him. second is "engineermike" Same Caliber, Both respected here in the Turbo world at GH

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    Repsol, I would get a hot housing blanket, Garrett do a nice carbonfibre looking 1, a forum member has it on his turbo but I cant remember who, then get some normal exhaust wrap and put that on the down pipe. I know of 2 CC boats that dont even run anything on the hot housing and just wrap the down pipe. The hull does get hot but they have not cracked or anything. Also in both these skis the turbo is alot closer to the hull than the way you have your setup. R88

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    I have regular exhaust heat wrap and a snail wrap and that actually works pretty good..


    but if your looking for something nice, this is supposed to be pretty good, Bruce is using it on one of his builds... I have no experience with it but it is supposed to by better...

    http://www.weberracing.net/p390/T3-T...duct_info.html

    FYI, alot of places carry it not just weber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by repsol View Post
    hi,

    How I can masking my turbo in hull for best?? I want save my hull inside from turbo 's hot. If you have any pics please send it.

    thanks
    to prevent excessive heat in the engine compartment:

    1. waterjacket the uppipe, downpipe and turbine hothousing

    2. ceramic coat turbine hothousing, uppipe and downpipe

    3. heatwrap uppipe,downpipe

    4. turbo blanket on hot housing

    5. hothousing stainless heatshield bracket

    6. thermal heatshield insulation taped to hull around turbo area.

    7. flo rites in back of seatbase

    8. blower fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by repsol View Post
    hi,

    How I can masking my turbo in hull for best?? I want save my hull inside from turbo 's hot. If you have any pics please send it.

    thanks
    peter,when i build your turbo kit i, did make shure that the turbine snail be far away from hull and also i allways ceramic coat all the components to minimized heat transfer,your up pipe and down pipe are water jacketted,by the time i build your kit, almost 2 years ago, the water jackett version wasen't available like the new on the F5 system, i will be more than happy to do the up grade water jecketted to your turbine snail like the one on the pics. by now you shoud have no problem att all
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    Turbo Tech's jacketed housing is the best, IMO. Here's a pic of my bolt-on water jackets:
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