Not that anyone would ever notice I thought it would be an opportunity to have a play with a carbon heat shield.
|The Carbon Version
|Heated with hairdryer to get it to conform to bumper.
I prepared the part by roughing up the lacquer finish slightly and using a thick filler primer to fill any pin holes. I then sprayed a coat or two of Nissan Kuro Black.
So I had the heat shield stuck firmly on the car and half hanging off at the same time! So after wrenching it free and picking off the sticky tape, I applied new tape and this time took a hair dryer to it, heating the carbon fibre up. I then pressed it into the rear bumper and it conformed to the curves like a dream! It would probably have been a much better idea to have done this before painting, but we live and learn!
|See the underside of the car can get dirty