When she sees that scorched blue exhaust pipe right next to the inside of perfectly smooth, seductive and sensual calve the deal is most likely off! Solution! Pickup some of Design Engineering's black exhaust header wrap. She'll love you for it as will your bike. She'll stay cooler longer on those long hard runs, it'll keep the heat behind her and you'll get better mileage out of her in the long run.
Same goes for the bike! :thumbs up:
A simple and effective way to control heat, protect against serious leg burns and improve performance. A proprietary coating is applied to all DEI wrap to act as a bonding agent and to increase durability levels under extreme heat. Our Tan and Black wraps have sewn in guides for easy 1/4” overlap to aid in installation. Provides direct heat protection up to 1200°F (Black and Tan) and 1800°F (Titanium).
Decreases exhaust density & increases exhaust flow
Withstands 1200°F direct/2000°F radiant
Added durability and heat retention
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There's nothing better than taking pride in your project and doing little things by yourself. I've watched tutorial videos on how to wrap your pipes and it's a fairly easy process to do by yourself. I'd definitely recommend using the spray afterwards to treat the fiberglass but it's not necessarily needed. If exhaust pipes start to steam during first run after installation, don't freak out-- it's normal and it's only going to do it the first time the bike is ran. Great purchase, I almost wanted to do the 2" for wider wraps though.
Just wraped my Thriumph Thruxton pipes with the 1" DEi wrap and I'm very pleased with it. The 1" wrap looks so much better in my opinion. Tighter and cleaner looking. Was super simple and looks amazing!