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Hey y’all. I got a carbon fiber hood Dimmesdale installed by a local body shop from Anderson composites. I got some self-adhesive insulator that you put under the hood and I didn’t wanna wait for them to do it as The guy that does it is on vacation for a few weeks and I figured it would be easy to do. If any of you’ve done this would you mind showing a picture of where you put your insulator under the hood? I’m sure it’s pretty self-explanatory but I have to cut these up and stick them under there so would be great to see something that works. Thanks everyone
 
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Any plans to manufacture a carbon rear valence for the narrow body Challenger? I see you guys make one for the widebody and Demon. I would be a buyer.
Currently, we do not plan on making a rear diffuser for 2015 and newer standard body Challengers, sorry. But, we will make note for this request along with rocker panels.
 

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Hey y’all. I got a carbon fiber hood Dimmesdale installed by a local body shop from Anderson composites. I got some self-adhesive insulator that you put under the hood and I didn’t wanna wait for them to do it as The guy that does it is on vacation for a few weeks and I figured it would be easy to do. If any of you’ve done this would you mind showing a picture of where you put your insulator under the hood? I’m sure it’s pretty self-explanatory but I have to cut these up and stick them under there so would be great to see something that works. Thanks everyone
I would like to mention that carbon fiber is, in and of itself, quite a good medium for resisting heat transfer, so the insulator is not such an issue as very-heat-conductive aluminum hoods would require it to be. However, if sound attenuation is a desirable goal, also, then I could see it being more of a concern.
 
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I would like to mention that carbon fiber is, in and of itself, quite a good medium for resisting heat transfer, so the insulator is not such an issue as very-heat-conductive aluminum hoods would require it to be. However, if sound attenuation is a desirable goal, also, then I could see it being more of a concern.
We encourage everyone that utilizes a composite/fiberglass hood that they use heat insulation and hood pins for added protection and safety to get the best results from their hood.
 
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