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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-06-2012, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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Hi I just installed my TST tail light and I lowered my LV slip on. Is it far enough from the light? I really dont want it to melt.




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Looks far enough. My IT is touching my exhaust and there's no sign of melting so you should be fine.

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Ok, but I will probably take it down for track days.

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Mine hasn't melted but I have the Ti LV. Don't know if that would help out or not.

My stock can melted a piece but no problems with the LV.

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Looks far enough. My IT is touching my exhaust and there's no sign of melting so you should be fine.

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Same here.

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Mine hasn't melted but I have the Ti LV. Don't know if that would help out or not.

My stock can melted a piece but no problems with the LV.
It should be no problem then. Nothing gets as hot as stock.

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