Owner of #37 recognized serious fire danger and brake failure before it occured.
Heat produced by these fine headers could boil the fluid, causing the wrong pedal to the metal.
Foil-backed high-density silicon rubber was adhered to easily formed aluminum sheet to create a shield between the headers and the exposed brake lines.
Self tapping sheet metal screws attach the shields to the underside of the frame.
Similar treatment on the right side protects the fuel lines from header heat.
Very clean installation in a very clean car.