This is what I did for the bedroom heat. (From a previous post)
I am one of the many Camelot owners that have the hot bedroom syndrone. I had the factory rear vent installed, and at the same time they removed and replaced the deteriorating foil insulation. I then installed a heat shield over the turbo and exhaust. These all helped, but still had to vent the bedroom after each day's drive.
So, last month I started talking to Advanced Thermal Products, Inc. (Advanced Thermal Products
), as I saw they had a wrap for a ISL370. But it turned out to be a different exhaust/turbo configuration than the ISL400. Roberto, at ATP even went to a local RV dealer to take some measurements of an ISL400, but salesman wouldn't let do it as he wasn't a buyer.
Now, as my friend, Terry, was going to LA Thursday for some RV furniture, so he stopped by ATP and Roberto spent 3 hours measuring his 08 Scepter. Roberto called me with a price and I said go ahead, setting an appointment to be there Wednesday. They let me park overnight in their lot, so they could start on a cool engine at 7:00 am. Two employees tackled the wrap while the owner, Tim Thompson, spent the next 4 hours with me, showing what they do and how they do it. What an operation! They had to make some modification to mine during install and as they did, they saved it the computer. Once they were satisfied with the installation and fit of mine, they made Terry's and I was headed home by 1:00 PM.
As I had 5 hours sleep the night before, I got the nods about 3 1/2 hrs into the trip home. So, I went to the bedroom and it wasn't its normal toasty self - instead very comfortable. The outside temp was 85* and I wasn't towing, so the proof will come when I go to Branson the end of May. But it is a super improvement already.
Today I put Terry's wrap on and every piece fit perfectly. Those folks have talent.
The three separate pieces; exhaust pipe elbow, turbo housing & exhaust manifold. The exhaust elbow piece starts at the turbo and ends just before turning under the engine.
An inside look at the insulation
The plate they put on each piece
They make the wrap in 1100* and 1400*. Mine is the 1100* one and cost $693 for the three pieces. The price can go up or down depending on the length of the exhaust elbow piece. Camelot/Scepter exits on the right, whereas the Dip/Endevor exit left.
Visit Advanced Thermal Products
for many more details. These guys are great and understand motorhomes.