Design Engineering Inc. 2″ x 50′ Titanium Exhaust Wrap
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Design Engineering Inc. 2″ x 50′ Titanium Exhaust Wrap• Withstands 1800°F direct/2500°F radiant heat• Promotes increased flow for improved performance• High resistance to chemical and oil spills and abrasions• Reduces temperature and vibration breakdown• Extremely pliable for easy install - will not shrink• No need to "wet" wrap to install• Design Engineering HT Silicone Coating spray is NOT recommended for DEI Titanium wrap
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tavias Posted :
wrap went on Nice.. didnt have to wet it..
Redleg68 Posted :
Great product, easy to use and get wrapped tight. I suggest using hose clamps over the stainless steel ties. The clamps hold way tighter than the ties
rbity Posted :
Perfect color to match my new 110 th Harley
Zundowner Posted :
Nice wrap - no need to soak before using... very pliable and easy to work with. Ends to have a tendency to fray - I've found that folding the end over and securing it in place with a stainless steel tie keeps the wrap from unwravelling. Great product though - gives the pipes a great look!
firstname.lastname@example.org Posted :
Better then fiberglass , no itch and easy to work with . Better heat dissipation and hold together well . Didn't even use clamps or wires and have it held on with a half hitch knot to finish it for 3000K without unraveling .
aivanne Posted :
Very nice looking product. Remember to wear gloves googles and a mask for installation.
calvaryfarms Posted :
Looks great! It gives the bike a unique look, different from the standard black. I can't feel any changes in performance but it covered up the old pitted pipes nicely.
dalescruggs Posted :
This may be typical, but the ends of the tape want to unravel once cut.
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