Bulkhead Sealing - Pictures, Feedback Needed
Posted 12-26-2010 01:30 PM
1. Around the cage bars
2. Covered all holes in the SBT
3. Covered all bolt holes.
Is this good? Anybody see anything I missed that they'll point out at tech.
Posted 12-26-2010 06:59 PM
Looks pretty good to me Duncan. Wish mine was that clean and I have passed tech in two different regions so I am sure
tech will be no problem. Agree with Lee regarding light in the trunk.
I did use the light in the trunk to plug the holes. Couldn't find any pictures of other people's rear bulkheads so just wanted a sanity check to make sure I had the right idea.
Posted 12-27-2010 09:01 AM
The light method is good. I see a number of gaps I don't see filled that I filled. I did go a bit over the top though sealing a few things. Some were probably gaps to nowhere.
A tube of high temp RTV sealant that fits in a caulking gun (available at parts stores) goes a long way to sealing funny gaps and corners. It looks like hell until you paint it, then it's invisible, and easier than fire blocking foam.
Posted 12-27-2010 09:41 AM
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