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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-18-2011, 07:57 AM Thread Starter
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High Temp Double Sided Tape

I need to attach an emblem to a Cobra intake. What tape does everyone use that will handle that type of heat?

I know the OEM emblem's tape is awesome tape considering how long it took me to clean all of the old tape off (even using goo-gone)!!

I'm guessing 3M makes some, but what part number?

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A few dabs of hi-temp silicone will do the trick.....

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Look for a 3M tape product called VHB (very high bond). The stuff you want will have a red liner and the tape itself will be clear, and about 1/16" thick.

Make sure you've got it where you want it before you apply pressure. They don't call it VHB for nothing; it's been known to remove paint when pulled for readjustment.


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I used 3M Super Weatherstrip Adhesive to attach the 4.6 SOHC plate to my throttle body. It has been on for years and I doubt I could take it off without destroying it.

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A few dabs of hi-temp silicone will do the trick.....
I used that to reattach the 4.6 plate to the plenum on mine a few times, works perfect.

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