HP Sticky Shield™ is the ultimate way to stop heat from radiating into the driver’s compartment of your ride. Made from a dense layer of 1/8-inch-thick proprietary Kool Core™ insulation and shielded by a rugged layer of 0.003-inch-thick aluminum, HP Sticky Shield™ may be cleaned after installation and is resistant to the elements. The heavy-duty peel-and stick adhesive backed heat barrier will bond to almost any clean surface, although it is not recommended for unfinished fiberglass or carbon fiber. It is the perfect radiant heatshield for transmission tunnels, mufflers, catalytic converters, DPFs, turbos, downpipes and exhaust systems.
HP Sticky Shield™ can be used with less than 1 inch of airspace. However, when used with 1 inch or more of airspace, this peel and stick heat shield is capable of shielding over 90 percent of heat. Did that set of long-tube headers on your Mustang, Camaro, Challenger or tuner move your catalytic converter to where there are no factory heatshields? Use self stick insulation to stop the heat. That Jeep getting some serious heat in the transmission tunnel or from the cat? HP Sticky Shield™ it away.
HP Sticky Shield™ is asbestos-free and designed to be used under the vehicle on the floorplan, firewall, transmission tunnel and more. This sticky heat shield is not designed to be used underneath carpet. Use the included Heatshield Armor Tape™ to seal seams when putting two of these heatshields together, and also to protect the edges of HP Sticky Shield™. You can even use the tape to repair any damage caused to HP Sticky Shield™ from on- or off-road hazards.
SDS | Specification Sheet | Brochure
Heat shield barrier, designed to shield radiant heat away
Not to be used directly on heat source.
Base material(s): Fiberglass and aluminum
Q. Do I need tin snips to cut HP Sticky Shield
A. No, Sticky shield is cut easily with a pair of heavy duty scissors or utility knife. Tin snips will actually struggle with cutting the insulation on the sticky shield.
Q. Why don't you recommend HP Sticky Shield for rough unfinished fiberglass or carbon?
A. Self adhesives are not capable of filling in the small gaps, valleys and indentations of unfinished non smooth surfaces. This significantly reduces the performance of the adhesive backing. Spray adhesives are more capable of filling in these surface imperfections.
Q. Can I screw HP Sticky Shield into place?
A. Yes you can, if you want to add a screw or rivet in addition to the adhesive backing it is okay to do so. We just recommend using a large head rivet or fender washer.
Use Sticky Shield on:
- Fire Wall
- Floor Pan
- Transmission tunnel
- Air intake box
- Floor pan (underneath vehicle)