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At any point in time, did the hood come with insulation underneath? I have a US 91 and it did not. Is it necessary?
 

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that's good to know...one less thing to worry about. Any benefit of having one?
 

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Are you referring to the noise adsorbing “fleece” on the underside of the hood/bonnet for quieting engine noise? My UK 1985 classic had it fitted


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My Classic has the bonnet/hood insulation. I guess it helps with noise but if we have a hot summer like we did last year I might take it off for the summer
 

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Manish, what year Classic? Please your year and engine to your signature field... it's just a few fields above your location field
 

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Its not just noise. It protects the bonnet paint and lacquer from heat (to some extent)
 

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My 92 County had it but it was pretty much dust so I removed it. I'm thinking of putting some aftermarket sound deadening in there though. I just put a set of headman headers on and now I get a lot more valvetrain noise in the cabin.
 
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