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Motorcycle Exhaust WrapFilter0 Sort ByUniversal Fit Universal Fit parts can be installed on various motorcycles and may require modification.Stockton Safety Wire$12.991Universal Fit Universal Fit parts can be installed on various motorcycles and may require modification.Stockton Safety Wire Pliers$29.991Universal Fit Universal Fit parts can be installed on various motorcycles and may require modification.Vance & Hines Black Exhaust Header Wrap$99.991Design Engineering Inc EXO Exhaust Heat Wrap$62.96 $65.66$69.95 $72.9510% off MSRP12 Colors AvailableTwin Power Exhaust Wraps$39.99 $63.992 Colors Available
Want to spend some quality time with your bike and improve its appearance and performance in the process? Then motorcycle exhaust wrap is the way to go. This addition to your ride is a classic way of spicing things up and looks right at home on cafe racers, sports bikes and V-Twin cruisers. To get a grasp on what exhaust heat wrap does and how to install it on your motorcycle, we’d recommend checking out this tutorial. Once you’re ready to find the right exhaust pipe wrap for your bike, check out Cycle Gear’s huge assortment of products required for this straightforward job.
Motorcycle Exhaust Wrap: The Fundamentals, Pros and Cons
The benefits of exhaust heat wrap are easily explained. You’ll draw heat away from the motor to the pipes, where temperatures will be regulated and exhaust gasses expelled more quickly. It’s indeed capable of increasing horsepower in exchange for minimal wrenching. This is the quickest summary of benefits that come with an exhaust wrap kit. There are plenty of riders (even some with personal pipe wrap stories) who'll readily speak to possible pros, cons and problems. This boils down to trapping moisture, raising the temperature of the pipes and the wrap itself getting worn down over time. It’s a cost-benefit analysis each rider will need to make for themselves.
Exhaust Pipe Wrap Shopping
The materials used in wrap kits must factor for the extreme heat it will be subjected to. Stainless steel exoskeletons and fiberglass are just some of the components used in wrap that can withstand intermittent temperatures of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The first thing you’ll want to make sure of when selecting heat wrap for your bike is getting the right amount. More cylinders means more pipes, which means longer lengths of wrap are required. You’ll also need to pick up locking wire or other metal ties to keep the finished product in place. From there, the inherent benefits of exhaust wrap are all in your hands. Roll up your sleeves, remove your pipes, take your time and get the job done right with parts from Cycle Gear!
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