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Features -Ceramic cloth wrap available in black and tan -Stable at temperatures up to 2,000°F (1,093°C) -Insulates exhaust header pipes to protect you or your machine from intense heat -Generous-sized roll is enough to wrap one long header or critical areas on multiple exhausts -Made in the U.S.A.
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What a product, its a win win!
from Morro Bay, CA
Comments about Moose Racing Exhaust Wrap:
Saw a bike exhaust wrapped and asked a friend who'd used it on his. I read the description and bought it. As I wrapped tightly the pipes on my older boxer, I imagined heat protection. What I got is impressive. Better scavenging, much better mid-range torque(it was already great), smoother, cooler, quieter too. And my bike is fuel injected!I'm very impressed. I wrapped up to the O2 sensor and Cat. Makes me wonder why all new bikes don't come wrapped. great product, Thanks
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Easy to install for a great look
By Vintage Guy
from Malo, WA
The Moose Racing exhaust warp is a great product that's well made. Here's an interesting application for exhaust wrap. The header pipes on my vintage '78 Goldwing were pitted and rusted. After sanding and preparing I painted with hi-temp header paint. It's really hard to paint chrome and the paint flaked in a few spots. I didn't like the flaking, so I wrapped the pipes with black tape which matched the black mufflers. Before cutting the tape I suggest you take the time to do a trial wrap to get the correct lenght...and add a few more inches to that length. For a tighter fit, soak the warp in water for five minutes then squeegie the water off between two fingers. Wear thin rubber gloves for protection from the fine ceramic hairs. Begin the wrap from the back or end of the pipe and secure this end with hi-temp clamps or the clamps attaching the mufflers. Beginning from the end of the pipe puts the overlay warp to the rear so it can't catch wind and loosen. Complete the job with hi-temp clamps at the top of the headers. I finished the wrap by spraying the headers with flat black hi-temp header paint. It looks good and I'm please with the results. First time you start up there will be some smoke but it'll stop after a few minutes.
Easy to install. Took only about an hour. Installed on my Triumph Bonneville. Looks awesome. Color fades slightly as it smokes off. But it really adds to the look of my bike.
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