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Old 02-17-2015, 05:21 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by BrandonMods View Post
It looks like that may be a good option to pursue. It looks like it is a fiberglass panel. The melting point is much higher than the temperature of exhaust.
It has fiberglass fibers in the plastic panel. It's still a plastic panel and would melt/deform/weaken well before reaching the temperature of the exhaust gasses.

I can shape the FRP panels with my heat gun if that has anything to say about the working temp. Also, FRP will shatter/fracture when impacted without any support behind it.
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