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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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Exhaust wrap who has used it?

Alright so the exhaust on the 250r gets super hot! My way to solve this was to wrap it, but does that stuff work? You’ll be surprised.

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I've used fiberglass wrap in industrial applications and it worked well, not sure about using it on a bike exhaust that gets coated in mud, might be hard to clean...

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it will also hold moisture and make the exhaust rust out on you if put away wet, with mud or water!
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I have used the titanium dei wrap. The key is you want to either paint it or put a clear coat on it. If you dont it will absorb water and mud and wont last long. I had it on my old header and it didnt start to fray for almost 2 riding/racing seasons. And i ride in a good bit of mud. I do tend to wash my quad right after though and dont leave it dirty for very long.

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I have it on my Renegade, seemed to help, those things run HOT. Also have some of it on a farm tractor. DEI stuff and coated with their aerosol paint they sell.
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We used to wrap our custom headers with the DEI stuff. It lasts a long time if you do a good tight job of it and saturate it with extra aerosol coating when you're done. We used it to lower temps under the hood and to maximize torque output. I didn't like to work around the wrapped header pipes though, they make your skin itch.
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Thanks guys I’ll have to look into that DEI Aerosol can I didn’t even know they had that. Definitely don’t want to have moisture ruin the pipe.
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Used it on Harleys. Once its on there the pipe will never look the same once you pull it off. Dont think its a bad idea though.


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