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I did this along with insulating all of my interior panels. It was a lot of work but it was worth it. But a lot of heat still came up from the cat through the rear rack and would get into the cab. I now have a full Muzzy system (no cat) and it made a massive difference in the heat back there as well as what was coming into the cab. No heat issues whatsoever now. I honestly think the header wrap and cat delete would be sufficient had I known how much heat the cat was generating.

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thats why we are all here my friend share ideas and lessons learned so we can all benefit from others.....
 
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With you guys using the reflective heat tape, did any of you tape the outside of the CVT cover to reflect heat away from that cover and the CVT?
I didn't because the heat barrier that comes on it already is pretty good.
 
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