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The “Missing Heat Shield” is one of those items that will make you wonder why it wasn’t on your RS/GS Spyder from the factory. This shield serves two purposes, shield your foot from the exhaust pipe within inches of your foot and route “HOT” radiator and engine exhaust air past your foot and down to the ground. A must have when applying the brake pedal repeatedly for traffic stops. Even header wrap is not an option for this section of pipe as it is exposed to the elements and header wrap will not withstand water, wind, and road kill.
Used with the “Air Management System” you will experience comfort like never before.
The “Missing Heat Shield” also gives added protection to sensitive braking components that were previously exposed to the elements.
Designed with foil lined woven fiberglass to deflect the heat and adhered to the inside of precisely formed back Polycarbonate to be light and strong. It attaches to the inside of the right foot guard only, so it will not interfere with removal of service panels. A very easy peel and stick installation with complete instructions.
This product requires that you retain the right under body panel for proper flow of hot air.
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The idea behind it is great! Installed as directed. Taking my time to make sure everything was very clean. Before installing. But LOST the heat shield on the first long ride! ;:""'--!-''
Needs better mounting system. Unknown on Apr 20th 2017
This product was definitely needed. Without this product during the summer especially the heat from the exhaust pipe was pretty intense. Unknown on Dec 25th 2016
One of three products that are used to control heat coming from the right side of older Can-am's. Now, no problem riding in hot weather. Joe Parker on Sep 12th 2016
Thank you. Noticed an immediate difference in the now lack of hot exhaust burning my ankle. Mark on May 8th 2016