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Old 11-Dec-2005, 07:20 PM
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Heat reflective material

The underside of the 888 fuel tank has heat reflective material attached,will need replacing when tanks painted.
Any sources recommended?,expensive from Demon Tweeks etc.
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Old 11-Dec-2005, 07:25 PM
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Old 11-Dec-2005, 11:27 PM
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I tihnk I got mine from Demon Tweaks but it's not in their catalogue so phone them. Comes on a roll 2 inch wide. I used it under the race seat unit on the 749.
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my painter reused mine with no problems, it's reasonably strong and doesn't tear or distort if removed with care.
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Can you use the stuff B&Q sell to fit behind radiators?
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You can also use the flexible mats that B&Q etc sell as a plumbing aid (ie to protect woodwork etc when soldering with a blow torch). They are thin and flexible so can be easily be cut and glued to complex shapes. They are black though.

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