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Which heat shrink material for 911 wiring?

I'm cleaning up some of the wiring I did on my Turbo transplant car. It's 10GA (two fuel pumps and headlight/relay wiring), and 20GA (new gauges). I'm currently using plastic-covered crimp terminals with no shrink tubing, but want to do a better job.

Mcmaster-Carr shows a bunch of heat shrink materials, and I'm wondering which type is best for these uses. Viton looks great. PVC-Adhesive-lined looks good for moisture resistance and is dirt cheap.

It appears that some of the small spade connectors on the car use rubber shrink from the factory. Is this correct?

Does anyone have any advice on what to use for this type of wiring?

Thanks!
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